What on earth is a #ShakespeareBomb?! Well, inspired by Shakespeare’s 450th on the 23rd of April, we decided to break out the art supplies and do something different. Here’s what we came up with.


At ZABOchicken, at SM Jazz.

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At Toby’s Estate, Salcedo Village.

Born Great

At Edsa Beverage Development Studio, Mandaluyong.


At Fully Booked, Bonifacio High Street.

Cool, right? Well you can do it too! Here’s how:

1) Get yourself some pens.
We used these Uni Chalk Markers, but you can also use colored whiteboard markers, or even paint! If you’re working mostly on glass, like we were, then all three of those options should come off pretty easily with some water.


2) Tape a guide to the other side of the glass.
Here are some sample designs for you to toy around with. Download the PDF of choice or make your own! Using masking or gaffer’s tape, stick the print-out to the opposite side of the glass from where you’ll be writing.

Honesty Fierce BeTrue

(Click on an design to download the PDF.)

3) Attack the glass with your markers!
Mix up the colors and don’t forget to embellish with doodles.


You can also keep it simple.


Or don’t be afraid to free-hand it and go big.


Try it our and send us the results. Tag your instagrams with #ShakespeareBomb so we can find them! 🙂

Keep celebrating Shakespeare with us on April 23, 2014. Here’s what will be going on at Fully Booked, Bonifacio High Street:

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Join Mr. Bill Atwood and his Shakespeare workshop students as they explore the uniqueness of the writer’s syntax and perform some of their favorite soliloquies.

First performance: 8:10-8:25 P.M.
Second performance: 8:40-8:55 P.M.
Gather around to watch a 15-minute version of “the Scottish play” condensed and directed by Carlos Palanca awardee and playwright Dr. Joachim Antonio.

More info here: http://www.fullybookedonline.com/blog/view/5182

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