"'Hey, if Tala invites you to her party, don't go. She's as dull as a dying galaxy.'
I didn't have first-hand esxperience, obviously, but I'm pretty sure a dying galaxy would be anything but dull. I believed it would be fantastic, breathtaking, heartbreaking. Not dull."
My interpretation of Tala (and her broken spectacles), a character in a short story by Eliza Victoria entitled "Ana's Little Pawnshop on Makiling St". The story is included in the book "Alternative Alamat" (edited by Paolo Chikiamco).
Watercolor, colored pencils, acrylic, ink on watercolor paper. 9"x12".