I am a photographer based in Manila, Philippines. I've been heavily interested with GMK keycaps for a couple of months now.
As I was browsing my portfolio, this particular photo captured my imagination. I took this photograph in Asakusa, Japan last February 2020 before the pandemic happened.
This photograph reminds me of the division of human vs. nature, the life of the Earth, and the birth of the human race.
I used the colors of my photograph as I color GMK EARTH TONES.
I call it "EARTH TONES" as I portray the symbolism of each elements seen on the photograph. No Greens, as I symbolize the dramatic dying greens of the Planet Earth.
Baybayin is one of the Philippines' oldest writing systems and has existed even during pre-colonial times. Choosing to add Baybayin sublegends is quite personal to me as I feel that I am able to represent my country with pride and honor even in this small way.
Baybayin has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent times and I am hoping that these keycaps will serve as both guide and inspiration to those who wish to learn it.