Muni #CutTheCrap Gig / Campaign

A project by Jen Horn Send a Message


Muni is a community of Cultural Creatives that hopes create a culture of awareness through creativity - be it through writing, art, music, film, business, education or design. Doing what we do best, we want send out important messages that make others stop, think, ask questions, and start conversations, and help people realize how the things we choose to buy, eat, or do everyday affect our selves, our community and the planet.

Project Description

Join Muni's #CutTheCrap gig on June 15!

The gig will round up our #CutTheCrap #NoMoreButts campaign to raise awareness on the impact of cigarette butts on the environment.

Check out this draft video by Red House Productions shot at co.lab featuring our illustrator and musician collaborators talking about Muni and the #CutTheCrap campaign, and inviting you to the #CutTheCrap gig! :)

MUNI Cut The Crap Gig / Campaign Video from Muni PH on Vimeo.

#CutTheCrap #NoMoreButts: An Eyegasmic Campaign

We've started the campaign by first circulating e-posters by illustrators Rob Cham, Manix Abrera, Celina de Guzman, Reg Silva, OJ Desuasido and JP Cuison via our Facebook page.

#CutTheCrap #NoMoreButts by Manix Abrera
Cut The Crap
See all the posters in our #CutTheCrap album

Then, we're proposing the use of film canisters (some of which were funkified by our partner artists, no less) as temporary storage for used cigarette filters in times when trash bins are not immediately accessible.

Dominating All The Senses

After the eye-gasm through our e-posters and film canisters, we'll be distributing the canisters at our #CutTheCrap gig on June 15 at Route 196 and complete the multi-sensory campaign with music from Pedicab, Ciudad, Your Imaginary Friends, Slow Hello, No Rome and RomCom! :D

Tickets are at P200 via Artiste Connect or via Muni's online shop), and at P250 at the gate, inclusive of a beer, a #CutTheCrap canister, 10% discount from Muni’s online shop, subscription to Muni's newsletter, and a Thank You e-card. :)

Support for the #CutTheCrap Campaign

Your support in this project will directly help us make the following things happen:

  • Spread more awareness about Muni's #CutTheCrap movement by buying tickets, attending and talking about the gig
  • Help us continue to create more campaigns and events to spread the #CutTheCrap campaign (not limited to gigs, but also for videos, hangouts/discussions, screenings, exhibits, workshops, etc.)
  • Help us keep going (We've been running on no funding since November and have had to shell out from our own pocket to set up and maintain the website. And while we're happy to do this for Muni, we realized we can't sustain the site that way.)
  • Contribute funds to Save Philippine Seas' Pawikan Watchers project (25% of proceeds will go to Save Philippine Seas)

In backing the project, you’ll be able to:

  • Watch PedicabCiudadYour Imaginary FriendsSlow HelloRomCom, and No Rome
  • See works by our partner illustrators Rob Cham, Manix Abrera, JP Cuison, Apol Sta. Maria, OJ Desuasido, Reg Silva, Celina de Guzman, and Kasey Albano
  • Get a chance to win the following prizes when you purchase raffle stubs:
    • Lagu beach blankets
    • Loud Basstard bamboo speakers
    • Lumago Designs upcycled jewelry
    • Punchdrunk Panda graphic-designed merch
    • Manila Sole upcycled tire footwear
    • Messy Bessy home / personal care products
    • Bambowtie bamboo bowties
    • AETA Organics hot sauce
      ...and possibly more! :)
      *There will be several pieces to be raffled off per brand so there will be a LOT of prizes to go around! :) (Close to P30,000 worth of prizes!)
  • Patronize socially/environmentally conscious brands at discounted prices through Muni’s online shop (and possibly at the event itself)
  • Be part of a community of like-minded people who you just might collaborate with on awesome projects in the future :)

Cut The Crap Save The Date

Save The Date poster by Rob Cham


Raised of ₱50,000.00 Goal

6% completed




This project is now completed! Thanks for all the backers who made this project a reality!