A Mural Pays Tribute To Iloilo City's Frontliners
The Philippine Star|October 19, 2020
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A Mural Pays Tribute To Iloilo City's Frontliners
A farmer wearing his buri hat over his furrowed forehead. A carinderia server in her white cotton face mask. A security guard in his uniform and improvised face shield from acetate film. A barangay tanod wearing a plain orange T-shirt. A physician in her scrub suit and KN95 mask. A military serviceman wearing a surgical mask.
Elvie Victonette B. Razon-gonzalez

An emergency response team member in a full-faced respirator. These are some of the masked faces painted on a once-drab wall in the busy corner of Ledesma and Jalandoni Streets in the city of Iloilo. These faces belong to the people hailed by the City of Love as modern-day heroes, worthy to be honored and immortalized through art.


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October 19, 2020