In this interview, artist Josephine discusses her creative process and how she injects love into her artworks.
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The artist behind who makes Gloomie become a famous icon Tell us a little bit of your background. Anything that sparks you to become an artist when you are small? Hi, I’m LeonLollipop, a painter and mural artist from Hong Kong. I graduated from Central St. Martins College of Arts and Design in […]
What does your artwork represent? And what is your favorite subject to draw in your work? I always intend to draw something which can make the audiences escaping from the reality into a dream world. Thus, I love to use fruitful color tone to draw my artwork and hope everyone just like falling into their […]
Sergio Capuzzimati is an Italian architect and photographer based in Hong Kong.
His architecture background has for sure a lot of influence on his photography: through his lenses he’s exploring the infinite scenarios that a city like Hong Kong is able to offer.
Creativity is a healing force that allows us to tell, our stories in transformative, ultimately joyful ways. Mayura Yadav What Inspires You? I am like a sponge gathering several symbols, shapes, colours, textures, patterns and themes from a vivid range of everyday objects, distant & near memories, connecting them to each other on my digital […]
What Inspires You? I started my career in photography with an intention to express my inner thoughts through the imprints of images. Through my years of living in harmony with nature , I have learned that the tranquility and harmony are what we have always longed for , hoping that people could take a breather […]
Cindy Kang is an artist and an award-winning illustrator born and raised in Seoul, Korea. She received a BFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Combining digital techniques and traditional media, she illustrates happy or often melancholic moments in various styles.
In this issue, we invited Auberon Kuo from Taiwan to share the creation process of his artworks and the concepts of his design.
It is an interpretation of my private reality. As a child I used to have a lot of nightmares. I am very conscious of my environment and everything made an impression on me. At night my brain twisted all that input and created the strangest ideas. That usually left me with a very peculiar yet strong feeling.
cyrusNONAME worked in the field of advertising and graphic design for many years, before his sojourn in London and studying in Central St. Martin in 2013. His first solo exhibition “Human Farm”, was held at CueB Gallery London in the same year. He continues to create art after his return to Hong Kong.