‘Me, Myself, and I’: Young Filipino artist’s quarantine painting amazes thousands of people online

  • A young Filipino artist amazed thousands of people online with his quarantine artwork
  • On Facebook, John Cyril Dojaylo changed his profile picture with a photo of him while sitting beside a realistic painting: a masterpiece showing himself creating a self-portrait
  • A lot of social media users commended the talent of the young artist 

What keeps you busy during the lockdown period? Well, a young Filipino artist has been making rounds online because of his beautiful quarantine artworks. His latest, and one of the Internet’s most favorite masterpieces among his creations: a painting showing himself creating a self-portrait.

Image captured from Facebook

On Facebook, John Cyril Dojaylo changed his profile picture with a photo of him while sitting beside his realisting; captioning the image with “Me, Myself, and I”; amazing thousands of people online.

A lot of social media users commended the talent of the young artist who was able to complete such abeautiful masterpiece in just four days. Most of the people who have seen the photo can barely recognize at first glance that the artist was really not the one painting the self-portrait in the picture, but was actually the man sitting on the wooden bench while looking at the creation.

“The artist himself painted a painting of himself painting a painting,” Facebook user Betina Nacua commented.

“Ang galing!” Dignos Anaviso Robellyn said. “Akala ko iyong naka-white ang totoong tao. Nagtaka ko bakit nakalabas ang kamay ng pinipinta, iyon pala e nakaupo iyong nagpinta. Galing!”

As of posting, Dojaylo’s profile picture was already shared 31,000 times on Facebook. The image also went viral again after it was reuploaded by a Facebook user; getting more than 50,000 shares and 82,000 reactions, as of writing.

Ballpoint portraits

Earlier, the amazing young artist also created a timely ballpoint portrait titled “Till Death Do Us Part”, depicting the image of two people wearing medical masks. This one, he shared, was his first time to use ballpens in making a portrait.

Image captured from Facebook

While for his second ballpoint portrait, he worked on an image of Christ, thanking the Creator for giving him a talent in making art.

Image captured from Facebook

To see more of John Cyril Dojaylo’s artworks, one may visit his timeline on Facebook.


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