LG breathes creativity with BGC Art Mart

Wearable art is all the rage today. From t-shirts, tie-dyed shirts, to hand-painted masks, combining fashion with art is a game made in paradise.

LG selected 10 different artists and gave them LG PuriCare اغ wearable air purifier (w / VoiceON ™) to color and customize as they look appropriate to create a unique, one-of-a-kind wearable art.

The BGC Arts Center’s grand program, the BGC Arts Mart – one of the most popular period events in the city, is also the place for the best wearable art samples.

This year, they partnered with LG Philippines to provide a hand-painted LG PuriCare اغ wearable air purifier (w / VoiceON ™), and clean air. In addition to protecting against viruses, bacteria and other diseases, it helps a lot with allergens.

It cleans the air completely with H13 grade HEPA filters that filter out 99% of harmful particles for clean and fresh air. If you want peace of mind with the air you breathe, this is the mask for you. These filters are easily replaceable to ensure that they are always clean and free of allergens. LG’s wearable air purifier offers more protection than disposable and nylon face masks.

With tests conducted by the Environmental Allergy Information and Care Company, they were able to show that the LG PuriCare wearable air purifier can filter more than 99% of allergen-causing pollen in just 5 minutes.

If it is pollen, pollen allergen, or mite allergen. LG PuriCare filters offer much better filtration efficiency than disposable masks. For the duration of the event, LG selected ten different artists and gave them LG PuriCare اغ wearable air purifier (w / VoiceON) to color and customize as they create a unique, one-of-a-kind wearable art. Seems appropriate to create. .

Hand-painted works of art were on display during the BGC Art Mart event. Participating artists are Marita de Leon (handmade lemonade), Tani Noss (TG_Artistry), Chelsea Javier (Chelsea space), Micah Santos (Project Lemons), Jana Ofrasio, Kate Boutista, Phil Estanislaus (Gallicology), Petri. Cantina was Vera. Ramos, and makes the woman. In addition to the masks, LG also donated an LG PuriCare ™ 360 ° air purifier unit to the Bonifacio Arts Center, owned by the Bonifacio Arts Foundation, Inc. (BAFI) is a project.

This air purifier has been tested and certified by the British Allergy Foundation (BAF), the Korean Air Purification Association (CA), and the Korean Asthma and Allergy Association (KAF). It cleans the air around you 360º, in either direction, no matter where you place it. It features a clean booster that delivers clean air 24% faster at 7.5m to each corner of the space or room. It has a multi-filtration system that collects unwanted particles – bacteria, viruses, dust, allergens and odor components.

The system includes a 2x SafePlus pre-filter and H13 HEPA filter that kills 99% of bacteria, viruses, fine dust, and allergens, and a 2x deodorization filter that removes house odors, harmful gases, and toxic air pollutants. Destroy. Lisa Nikendro, head of operations at the BGC Arts Center, described the partnership as a confirmation of the coordination, saying, “Industries that work with artists make partnerships more relevant, exciting and exciting.”

Lisa Nicandro, Man Caping and Kizia Benosa with Sangja Kim and Young Park

Seungjae Kim, Managing Director of LG Philippines, looks forward to a long-term partnership with the Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. “The Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. is all about the growth, development and cultivation of the BGC art community and we are thrilled to be able to do this. Also help. We at LG look forward to having a strong relationship with the community. Collaborate more.

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