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Get To Know Student And Visual Artist Andre Manguba Beyond Instagram

The student-artist talks about how he got started on portraiture and food art, his most memorable piece, and his advice to fellow student-artists.
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Andre Manguba is a 20-year-old visual artist and full-time student from De La Salle-College of St. Benilde. You might have already seen his realistic protrait illustrations and double tap-worthy food art on Instagram. Here, #CandyTalksTo the student-artist about how he got started on portraiture and food art, his most memorable piece yet, and his advice to fellow student-artists.

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