Cayángyan (Identity) Written in Súlat Kapampángan (Kulitan)


The art work is called Cayangyan and it comes from the word paniangian which means “To seek unfalteringly” (Bergano 1732). Taram Kalis was first inspired of the word when he discovered the Kapampangan poem by Mariano Proceso Pabalan Byron 1862-1904. It was song on the CD Album 1999 by Sapni nang Chrissot Cultural and Literary Foundations Inc. In the near ending of the song it says “Labuad ning aldo, sinta at tepangan Maimung diling queque ca mie iyang ligaing quequeng “paniangian” ing queca que ngan paimate. He wanted to name this art work “Identity” or “I found you” which he was looking for his entire life unfalteringly.

Color: Black
Design by Taram Kalis
Facebook: @TaramKalis Pampanga

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  • Gildan Premium Cotton
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  • Double needle sleeve and bottom hems
  • 2cm Rib collar
  • Taped Neck and Shoulders
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease


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