Saturday, May 18, 2013
For the second year, local fashion label Tangram is co-organizing Chai Wan Mei; an arts and design event that takes place in the Chai Wan district during Art Basel Hong Kong. During this 2 day event, their studio will be transformed into The Gift Shop, a pop up concept shop with a selection of Hong Kong based independent designers, illustrators, photographers, publishers and other creatives curated by Tangram.
I'll have some of my work for sale at The Gift Shop, so do pop in for a chance to purchase one of my originals!
There will be a shuttle bus service from the Art Basel Hong Kong site, so there are no excuses to miss the most talked about satellite event of the art fair. See you then!
Unit 1704, Chai Wan Industrial City Phase 2
70 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Take a look at our video here. Special thanks to Kit Lee and Gabe Ostley for their mad film-making skills and for putting this together.
Posted by Emily Eldridge
Saturday, March 9, 2013
If you're in Hong Kong, you should stop by this great event tonight! A one-of-a-kind shopping experience...
I'll be taking part, along with a huge list of other Hong Kong artists and designers.
The Night Market Project is a creative and experimental platform relating to Hong Kong's unique night market culture. Starting at Sham Shui Po Night Market, a group of Hong Kong creatives and students will exhibit a collection of objects of cultural interest, prototypes, and old and new design work. These affordable objects will be exhibited and sold alongside other markets.
The project aims to create conversations relating to the value of objects, the role of night markets in urban environments, and the responsibility of creatives in Hong Kong today. Participating creatives include Jeff Wan from Shoe Artistry, Michael from HK Honey, students from various design schools in Hong Kong, and many others.
For more info, check out the Facebook event page here.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Who knew good handwriting could pay off? I not only appreciate tidy writers, good fonts, beautiful signs, type and text of all sorts, but I also have so much fun playing around with illustrating letterforms and all their variations. This is some type I've been working on for an upcoming event at the school. I don't know if this will be accepted for the final version, but I'm loving the direction it's headed so far...
Tuesday, January 22, 2013