Francis Sollano is a trashion artist known for his contemporary takes on upcycling garbage into wearable art. He creates sculptural pieces and installations made from non-toxic, non-organic industrial and residential garbage. He is also an advocate on the use of indigenous fabrics and materials from aboriginal communities. Sollano partners with commercial institutions driving programs that allow him to raise environmental awareness and design pieces which are produced by financially-depressed regions.
As executive director of Youth for a Livable Cebu, he focuses on environmental and civic causes. His campaigns on climate change and urban sustainability has become an inspiration for other communities to conduct their own programs.
Commissioned Sculptural Artwork
Public Installations / Window Display
Trashion Design / Fashion Accessories
Brand and Marketing Communications