by John Javellana

When total happiness starts to manifest itself in the form of a kick-ass indoor clothes dryer purchased 50% and makes you look forward to the next laundry day, that is the moment you should realize that you really have to get a life.

When total happiness starts to manifest itself in the form of a kick-ass indoor clothes dryer purchased 50% and makes you look forward to the next laundry day, that is the moment you should realize that you really have to get a life.

by John Javellana

Nth day of digging through my personal archives and I can’t believe how much crap I’ve shot throughout the years. Once in a while, you stumble upon some things you forgot you had photos of.

Nth day of digging through my personal archives and I can’t believe how much crap I’ve shot throughout the years. Once in a while, you stumble upon some things you forgot you had photos of.

by John Javellana

Lucia and Giulia, daughters of my good friend Dindo Martinez used some photos I took from typhoon Pablo so they could sell cookies they made themselves and donate the proceeds for the benefit of the Pablo victims. Call me shallow or loco but I really found this to be more fulfilling than getting on the front page of any newspaper or magazine in the world.

Lucia and Giulia, daughters of my good friend Dindo Martinez used some photos I took from typhoon Pablo so they could sell cookies they made themselves and donate the proceeds for the benefit of the Pablo victims. Call me shallow or loco but I really found this to be more fulfilling than getting on the front page of any newspaper or magazine in the world.

by John Javellana

It may look pretty, but what these birds had to go through is something that is definitely not. They were caught, painted and caged for the purposes of “Palipad” a Chinese New Year tradition here that is meant to give the person a sense of “setting something free” which is totally contradictory since it encourages the sellers to catch and sell more birds @carlaangeline @peta

It may look pretty, but what these birds had to go through is something that is definitely not. They were caught, painted and caged for the purposes of “Palipad” a Chinese New Year tradition here that is meant to give the person a sense of “setting something free” which is totally contradictory since it encourages the sellers to catch and sell more birds @carlaangeline @peta

by John Javellana

These birds shouldn’t be painted, caught and sold like this. Some of them are dying in the cages already. @PETA (at Narra Temple)

These birds shouldn’t be painted, caught and sold like this. Some of them are dying in the cages already. @PETA (at Narra Temple)