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Strike Print

$10.00

Strike Print

$10.00

The Filipino farm workers started to organize several actions and protests in response to the mistreatment of the Mexican and Filipino migrant workers. One of their most famous protests being the Delano Grape Strike. Alongside Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, Philip Vera Cruz, Larry Itliong was able to lead thousands of workers in successful protests, such as the 300 mile strike from Delano to Sacramento.

Learn more about Larry Itliong

Art by Tata Ponsi

Solidarity Pin (End Anti-Asian Violence)

$12.00

We want to acknowledge the pain and grief our communities are experiencing in response to the attacks on Asians and Asian Americans, especially our elders and women.  If we look back in history we know that this isn’t the first time the Asian community has experienced violence. When addressing the attacks on Asian we must also acknowledge the history of violence our communities have endured on the systemic, state, and interpersonal level. We cannot individualize a historically rooted and systemic issue. We need solidarity between the Asian community and other BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). We need to show up for each other. We want to thank those who are committed to ending violence against Asians and Asian Americans. 100% of proceeds will go towards @AAPIWomenLead.

 

 

 

Gabriela Silang Children’s Bayani Book Series

$18.99

This children’s book takes place in the Philippines and follows the life of Gabriela Silang. The book narrates Gabriela’s emergence to becoming a leader for her people after the devastating loss of her husband, Diego Silang.

Authors, Robin Kitana Aquilizan & Aaron Jurell Sarmiento
Artist, Tata Ponsi Alfonso

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Lapu Lapu Children’s Bayani Book Series

$18.99

Lapu Lapu is a children’s book that takes place in the pre colonial Philippines. The story follows the hero, Datu Lapu Lapu and his journey becoming a warrior to protect his tribe from outside invaders.

Authors, Robin Kitana Aquilizan & Aaron Jurell Sarmiento
Artist, Tata Ponsi Alfonso

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Knowledge

$24.00

Knowledge

$24.00

Spread Knowledge

 

Art by Albert Malonzo

New products

KA Everyday Barong (Navy & Gold)

$145.00

Happy Filipino American History Month! Bayani Art and Pineapple Industries are proud to celebrate this special month together by offering Bayani Art’s KA Baybayin character design embroidered on this special edition everyday Barong Tagalog.

After meeting and collaborating years ago, Bayani Art and Pineapple Industries planned and created this everyday barong with the spirit of KA / connection in mind and the notion that we Filipinos here in the US make Filipino American history every day. By working together, learning from one another, and outwardly displaying our Filipino pride, we can foster a Filipino American society with awareness, education, respect and connection to our history, culture and fellow Filipinos around the world.

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Bayani Art X Pineapple Ind.

 

 

 

 

KA Everyday Barong (Black & Red)

$145.00

Happy Filipino American History Month! Bayani Art and Pineapple Industries are proud to celebrate this special month together by offering Bayani Art’s KA Baybayin character design embroidered on this special edition everyday Barong Tagalog.

After meeting and collaborating years ago, Bayani Art and Pineapple Industries planned and created this everyday barong with the spirit of KA / connection in mind and the notion that we Filipinos here in the US make Filipino American history every day. By working together, learning from one another, and outwardly displaying our Filipino pride, we can foster a Filipino American society with awareness, education, respect and connection to our history, culture and fellow Filipinos around the world.

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Bayani Art X Pineapple Ind.

 

 

 

 

Strike Print

$10.00

Strike Print

$10.00

The Filipino farm workers started to organize several actions and protests in response to the mistreatment of the Mexican and Filipino migrant workers. One of their most famous protests being the Delano Grape Strike. Alongside Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, Philip Vera Cruz, Larry Itliong was able to lead thousands of workers in successful protests, such as the 300 mile strike from Delano to Sacramento.

Learn more about Larry Itliong

Art by Tata Ponsi

Defy Print

$10.00

Defy Print

$10.00

Rajah Sulayman (1558-1575) Regarded as a brave and great ruler of Manila. He led a native revolt against the Spanish in 1574 when the new Governor-General did not honor the treaty with the prior Rajah. The defiance of Rajah Sulayman came to be known as the “Sulayman Revolt” also known as The “First Battle of Manila Bay”.

Learn more about Rajah Sulayman

Art by Tata Ponsi

Fury Print

$10.00

Fury Print

$10.00

Gabriela Silang (March 19, 1731 – September 20, 1763) earned the title “Henerala” as the first Filipina woman to lead a revolt during the Spanish colonialization of the Philippines. Her couragous leadership became a symbol for the importance of women in Filipino society, and their struggle for liberation during colonization.


Learn more about Gabriela Silang

Art by Tata Ponsi

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Solidarity Pin (End Anti-Asian Violence)

$12.00

We want to acknowledge the pain and grief our communities are experiencing in response to the attacks on Asians and Asian Americans, especially our elders and women.  If we look back in history we know that this isn’t the first time the Asian community has experienced violence. When addressing the attacks on Asian we must also acknowledge the history of violence our communities have endured on the systemic, state, and interpersonal level. We cannot individualize a historically rooted and systemic issue. We need solidarity between the Asian community and other BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). We need to show up for each other. We want to thank those who are committed to ending violence against Asians and Asian Americans. 100% of proceeds will go towards @AAPIWomenLead.

 

 

 

Youth • Hope

$25.00

“The Youth is the Hope of our Future”. – Dr. Jose Rizal

Back for online sales due to popular demand, Bayani Art & SFUSD Kababayan will be doing a limited run of “Youth • Hope ” t-shirts to benefit the Class of 2021.

Sales will run until April 30th. Orders will be shipped out the 3rd week of May.

Thank you for your continued support!

 

 

Kababayan-SFUSD is a community group of Filipino and Filipino American employees and educators of the San Francisco Unified School District established for the professional advancement of its members, provide opportunities for dialogue and empowerment, and raise funds to support Filipino American graduates of the district.

Art by Albert Malonzo

Defend Land

$20.00

Defend Land

$20.00

The inspiration behind the design derives from an Indigenous legend, called “Sleeping Beauty Mountain” that takes place on Mt. Patukan in Kalinga Province of the Philippines. The story is about a woman who lost her loved one during a battle. Rather than leaving Mt. Patukan to find another, she wanted to stay alone believing that he’ll return. She waited so long, that she became one with the mountain ranges as a maiden laying down, mourning from her loss. This story has been told for generations among the people of Kalinga.

The representation of this story along with decades of Indigenous people of the Cordilleras defending and preserving their ancestral lands brought this design together. The recent typhoons that took place in the Philippines, along with man-made changes to the environment, left many lives affected by the aftermath.

For our collaborative project, 100% OF PROCEEDS will go towards typhoon relief funding in Cagayan Valley and Cordillera communities. Our funds will go directly to Bulanao Centro Women’s Organization led by Indigenous peoples of Kalinga who strive to aid local communities of the Philippines.

Photo of typhoon relief efforts in Cagayan, 12/13/20 from Bulanao Centro Women’s Organization.

Special thanks to Aaron Jurell Sarmiento, Robin Aquilizan, Melvin Laso, Kirin Macapugay, and Dale Thongmahavong for the collective effort to make this project.

Project led by Igorot-American artist, Gerald Mayupao of Anito Spirit

 

 

Kasama (Red)

$28.00

Kasama (Red)

$28.00

KA is for connection. These earrings are cut in the shape of traditional Baybayin and serve as a reminder of our connectivity. Lightweight and made of red opaque acrylic, these pieces come in gold and chrome with nickel free gold plated brass findings.

Bayani Art X BRWNGRLZ

 

Kasama (Blue)

$28.00

Kasama (Blue)

$28.00

KA is for connection. These earrings are cut in the shape of traditional Baybayin and serve as a reminder of our connectivity. Lightweight and made of blue opaque acrylic, these pieces come in gold and chrome with nickel free gold plated brass findings.

Bayani Art X BRWNGRLZ

 

Kasama (White)

$28.00

KA is for connection. These earrings are cut in the shape of traditional Baybayin and serve as a reminder of our connectivity. Lightweight and made of white opaque acrylic, these pieces come in gold and chrome with nickel free gold plated brass findings.

Bayani Art X BRWNGRLZ

 

Kasama (Black)

$28.00

KA is for connection. These earrings are cut in the shape of traditional Baybayin and serve as a reminder of our connectivity. Lightweight and made of matte black acrylic, these pieces come in gold and chrome with nickel free gold plated brass findings.

Bayani Art X BRWNGRLZ

 

Sale products

Sale

Gerilya Barong (Kids)

$15.00$20.00

Gerilya Barong (Kids)

$15.00$20.00

“Ang Barong Tagalog ay paboritong suot ng mga baboy, buwaya at buwitreng pulitiko. Paborito rin naman namin ang pambansang kasuotan natin, kaya lang kapag may espesyal na okasyon lang tulad ng graduation, kasal o binyagan lang nagagamit. Ngayon, inihahandog namin ang Black Barong tee. Para pwedeng naka-barong ka anumang araw nang hindi nakakatihan o naiinitan –perfect pang-pinta at pang-black shirt day hehe Ang itim na kulay ay base sa aming logo, habang ang disenyong burda ay nakasulat sa baybayin na ibig sabihin ay Gerilya.”

Art by Gerilya

Sale

Young Gabriela

$10.00$20.00

Young Gabriela

$10.00$20.00

Gabriela Silang (March 19, 1731 – September 20, 1763) earned the title “Henerala” as the first Filipina woman to lead a revolt during the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. Her courageous leadership became a symbol for the importance of women in Filipino society, and their struggle for liberation during colonization.
Learn more about Gabriela Silang

Art by Trinidad Escobar, artist and poet

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Sale

Katipunan Skull

$18.00$24.00

Katipunan Skull

$18.00$24.00

A small room lit only by a table lamp and a skull. A Katipunero must sign a solemn compact with blood drawn from their forearm to symbolized the birth of the Katipunan the sandugo was not just a blood pact but a pledge to love each compatriot as brothers and sisters as our ancestor did when they united the archipelago—Kapatiran (Brotherhood).
Learn more about Andres Bonifacio

Bayani Art X Catfish Don
Art by Catfish Don

Sale

Sakay

$15.00$24.00

Sakay

$15.00$24.00

Macario Sakay (1870 – September 13, 1907) was an original and one of the last members of the Katipunan. He worked a long side Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto. A general in the Philippine Revolution against Spain and the Philippine-American War. Sakay was a true revolutionary that paid the ultimate price to see his people free.


Learn more about Macario Sakay

Bayani Art X Gerilya
Art by Gerilya

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Sale

Hope

$15.00$24.00

Hope

$15.00$24.00

The Youth is the Hope of our Future.
Learn more about Jose Rizal

Art by Albert Malonzo

Sale

Victory

$18.00$24.00

Victory

$18.00$24.00

Lapulapu was a Datu of Mactan, an island in the Visayas. He was the first native of the archipelago to fight against Spanish colonization. On April 27, 1521, Lapu-Lapu and his men triumphed over the Spanish invaders led by Ferdinand Magellan that is known as the Battle of Mactan.
Learn more about Lapu Lapu

Art by Tata Ponsi

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Revolt

$15.00$24.00

Revolt

$15.00$24.00

Rajah Sulayman (1558-1575) Regarded as a brave and great ruler of Manila. He led a native revolt against the Spanish in 1574 when the new Governor-General did not honor the treaty with the prior Rajah. The defiance of Rajah Sulayman came to be known as the “Sulayman Revolt” also known as The “First Battle of Manila Bay”.

Learn more about Rajah Sulayman

Art by Marvin Monzon

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Sale

Silang Revolt Print

$10.00$20.00

Silang Revolt Print

$10.00$20.00

Gabriela Silang (March 19, 1731 – September 20, 1763) earned the title “Henerala” as the first Filipina woman to lead a revolt during the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. Her courageous leadership became a symbol for the importance of women in Filipino society, and their struggle for liberation during colonization.
Learn more about Gabriela Silang

Art by Tata Ponsi

$10.00$20.00Add to cart

Sale

Fight to Live

$18.00$24.00

Fight to Live

$18.00$24.00

Fight to Live! A metaphor for our survival and day to day struggles with life.

Art by Marvin Monzon

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Sale

KA Tee

$18.00$24.00

KA Tee

$18.00$24.00

“KA” (Magkaisa/Unity) Baybayin also incorrectly known as Alibata is a pre-colonial Philippine writing system. The term baybayin means “to spell” in Tagalog. The script was used in the Archipelago along with other writing systems.

 

Art by Tata Ponsi

Sale

Battle

$15.00$24.00

Battle

$15.00$24.00

“Battle of Pinaglabanan”
On August 30, 1896 Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto led a group of Katipuneros to attacked the El Polvorin (powder depot) of San Juan which was well defended by well-armed and trained Spanish artillerists and infantrymen. Bonifacio was able to capture the powder depot and water station but was force to retreat when the Spanish reinforcements arrived and later had them outnumbered with superior weapons. More than 200 Katipuneros were taken prisoner and 150 died. The news of the battle reverberated throughout the arkipelago. The town of San Juan del Monte was transformed into a national symbol of unity, freedom and a shrine of Filipino courage.
Learn more about Andres Bonifacio

Art by Tata Ponsi 

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