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HIGANTESOur traditional higantes (giants) stands about 10ft tall. They can walk, run, bow, dance and parade around town or in any huge venue. Surely a gigantic attraction that adds excitement to any event or fiesta!
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GIANT PUPPETSMeet the newest addition to our family of higantes - the GIANT PUPPETS. Similar to regular puppets, these Giant Puppets have movable hands, feet and head but ten times bigger and manipulated by a single handler.
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MASCOTSMascots are the lovable characters we used to see and enjoy in parties and various events, dancing and mingling with the audience. It represents and advertises your company or product and not only gives joy to everyone but is also believed to bring good luck to the company.
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LATEST EVENTS & HAPPENINGSVIEW ALL -
- 01 September 2012 by fcnanawa, in Higantes,Latest postsThe Higantes graced the 25th anniversary celebration of Cebuana Pawnshop held at...READ MORE +
- 23 May 2012 by fcnanawa, in Higantes,Latest postsThe higantes performing a dance exhibition during the Pahiyas Festival sa Market...READ MORE +
Give LIFE and EXCITEMENT to your events and fiestas! BRING in the HIGANTES & GIANT PUPPETS!
They can walk, dance, run, bow and parade around town or mall and bring enjoyment to the young and old alike!
MARKETING ADVANTAGES OF HIGANTES / GIANT PUPPETS
ADVERTISING & PROMOTION
Can bring a replica of your product or wear a banner/sash.
It can walk, bow, dance, run and parade around town or malls.
Serves as tourist attractions during town fiestas and big events.
Visually appealing as an outdoor or indoor attraction.
Can wear costumes that represents your company or any occasion.
REUSABLE & MOBILE
Highly mobile, reusable and economical way of advertising.
Provides lasting recall and impression to the audience.
Both young and old enjoy the sights of the Higantes.
ROARING WITH EXCITEMENT SINCE 1988!The Higantes was introduced in Lucban, Quezon by Fernando Cadelina Nanawa, a talented and very creative artist in 1988. The first male and female higantes were made of papier mache head and rattan body. They first saw action during the Pahiyas Festival in 1988. Today, more than 20 higantes are maintained by his heirs and are now made of fiberglass head and aluminum body. The Higantes of today wear a more elegant and elaborate costumes making them friendlier and more appealing.
To spice up the Pahiyas Festival, Fernando Cadelina Nanawa created the first Lucban Higantes. The male and female higantes were made of papier mache and rattan body. They first saw action during the Pahiyas Festival of Lucban, Quezon in May 1988.
The Higantes graced the opening and closing ceremonies of the very first Southeast Asian Games held in Manila in December of 1988.
Fiberglass was used for the construction of the Higantes head. Using aluminum tubes and bars, the Higantes body was also reconstructed and can be assembled and dismantled easily.
As the years went by, more and more higantes were added. They feature look-alike of prominent personalities like actors and national heroes
A total 25 Higantes performed in one time during the opening of various SM Malls starting from 2003 and culminated with the opening of the biggest mall of them all, the SM Mall of Asia in 2006.