The process of creating a collage is much like puzzling out the pieces of life. Instead of creating things from scratch, collage artists are able to revitalize fragments into new energies. These new energies define the vision of the artist, where at times they limit the final framework, and at times, they accentuate it with … Continued

People often look into things such as food, music, and traditions when they want to revisit different phases in our contemporary society – rarely do people remember the power of fabric. Daily items such as towels, sheets, and garments can well represent our everyday life, and they have the potential to bring social impact to … Continued

Founded in Tasmania, Will & Bear is not only an Australian headwear label which loves living life outdoors, they also value the environment so much that they have planted over “27 football fields worth of trees in Senegal, Africa”. Dedicated to create the highest quality of products, with a strong ethos which value and see … Continued

I have been asked by different friends about my understanding of the idea of cultural appropriation. For people who have grown up in Hong Kong, it might be hard to see where the problem is when a Caucasian celebrity decides to get cornrows, or when a white person decides to earn his or her living … Continued

Denim is, nevertheless, a sturdy material that can withstand years of wearing; it is not the best material for adventures outdoor. It’s heavy, not water-proof, and bleeds in the wash. However, the North Face has decided to transform denim into a highly functional material by collaborating with Gore-Tex®, DryVent TM, Cordura®, CoolMax®, Primaloft®, Pertex Unlimited® … Continued

Intertwining through the gallery space in Gana Art Center, South Korea; COS x Snarkitecture’s latest installation, ‘Loop’, will be open to the public from the 8th to the 19th of November in Seoul. The New York-based design studio has, yet again, created another playful and interactive concept, where 100, 000 white glass marbles are released … Continued

There are lots of exciting art events happening in Hong Kong this November! Apart from Lumieres Hong Kong, there will also be the Gallery Walk for Charity on the 21st of November- one of the highlighted events under the annual Hong Kong Art Week event brand umbrella. Ticket holders get to hop through 30 plus … Continued

You guys must have seen the footage of the lighting performance from Fête des Lumières at Gare St Paul last year, where the architecture became the screen for a projected story, creating this magnificent visual which is not only site-specific, but it gave the site another dimension, making the locally recognised, or even the daily … Continued