At the event are Sungjae Kim, LG Electronics Philippines (LGEPH) managing director, and Young Park, LGEPH director for Air Solutions. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
WEARABLE art is all the rage nowadays. From tote bags, tie-dyed shirts, to hand-painted masks, mixing fashion with art is a match made in heaven.
BGC Art Center’s flagship program, BGC Art Mart — one of the most popular periodic events in the city — is also the venue for exquisite samples of wearable art.
This year, they partnered with LG Philippines to provide impeccable hand-painted LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier (with VoiceON), and clean pure air. Aside from keeping you safe from viruses, bacteria and other pathogens, it helps a lot with allergens. It provides thorough air purification with H13 grade HEPA filters that filter out 99 percent harmful particles for clean, fresh air.
If you want peace of mind with the air you breathe, this is the mask for you. These filters are easily replaceable as well to ensure they’re always clean and allergen-free.
LG’s Wearable Air Purifier offers greater protection than disposable and nylon masks. With tests done by Environmental Allergens Info and Care Inc. were able to show that LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier can filter out over 99 percent of allergy-inducing pollen in just five minutes. Whether it’s pollen, pollen allergen, or mite allergen. LG’s PuriCare filters offer far superior filtration efficiency than disposable masks.
For the duration of the event, LG selected ten different artists and gave them an LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier (with VoiceON) to paint and customize as they see fit to create a unique, one-of-a-kind wearable art. The hand-painted works of art were displayed throughout the BGC Art Mart event. The participating artists were Marita de Leon (Handmade Lemonade), Tany Nosce (TG_Artistry), Chelsea Javier (Space of Chelsea), Mycah Santos (Project Lemons), Yana Ofrasio, Kate Bautista, Fchel Estanislao (Glassicology), Patricia de Vera, Kankan Ramos and Woman Create.