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Issue October 2021
Sawdust Works Wonders
Lau Ching-yee, Cathleen
Wood is an indispensable material with wide range of uses, from building houses to making furniture and sculpture. But how about the leftover sawdust from woodworking? Artist Cathleen Lau (L8-13)...
Issue September 2021
A Whimsical World of Black and White
But Wing-ki
When you read or dream, do you dream in colour or black and white? Let us explore the monochromatic world of But Wing-ki (L6-11) inside her “Blind Spot”...
Issue August 2021
FLOURISHING CITY, EVOLVING INK
Hon Ngan-ting, Rebecca
Where have all the flowers gone? Rapid urban development brings drastic changes in cityscape. Hovering around Chinese ink painting and digital media, creating concrete and abstract paintings of buildings and flowers, ink artist Rebecca Hon (L4-13) makes an urban “mirage”...
Issue July 2021
Fading Impressions
Chan Yi-ting
Photographs fade, so do memories. Perhaps, impressions and images captured by printmaking may last longer? Printmaker Chan Yi-ting (L2-16) encapsulates traces of the mass disruption on the streets through photography, and subsequently prints the images layer over layer in soft, pastel tones...
Issue June 2021
Passing on the Art of Mahjong Craft
Cheung Sing-chung, Ricky & Cheung Hoi-yan, Karen
Issue May 2021
Antic and Animated
Zhang Junjie, Jake
Issue April 2021
Destroy to Create, Create to Inspire
Chan King-hei, Calvin & Kun Tsz-yan, Joyce
Whether it be the world of fashion or society in general, innovative ideas are often conceived by challenging old notions. Founded by Calvin Chan and Joyce Kun in 2014, local fashion brand The World Is Your Oyster (L7-05) takes “the devil is in the details” to another...
Issue March 2021
Endearing Embroidery
Hung Sheung-yee, Shirley
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly,” said Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s little prince, “what is essential is invisible to the eye.” In a departure from traditional embroidery...
Issue February 2021
Printmaking in the Making
Chang Yue-lam, Henry
Printing might be considered a sunset industry, but would the intrinsic value of printmaking be gone with it? Son of a printmaker, artist Chang Yue-lam, Henry...
Issue January 2021
Bespoke Books
Hsu Wai-lun & So Lai-ping, Somely
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