I decided to shake things up a bit and stroll down a path very unfamiliar to me, Quad Skating. With a genuine curiosity to learn something new, I decided to reach out to the gals at Madame Quad to walk me through Quad Culture and how it's growing here in Hong Kong.
There is no doubt that Bao Ho (a.k.a Simple Bao) is making waves in the Hong Kong Art scene. From working with big brands to running an exhibit during a pandemic, we take a breather amidst the covid-chaos and talk about creative process, taking inspiration from the simple things and acknowledging that it's ok to not be ok.
We documented the video shoot for Bryant Vallejo's new single - Pixie. Behind the lens was Robin Lee, a fellow surfer and creative. He's most known for his work with Action sports. Shot with a minimal set and production, we're super stoked with the way it turned out.
Only a handful of people have successfully made a name for themselves in Hong Kong Skateboarding. We recently had the privilege of talking with Piet Guilfoyle - where he talks us through growing up in Oz, the struggles of migrating to a new city, being a misfit and how a near death experience jump started it all.
Walking around the streets of HK, one might notice a surge in graffiti and street art, definitely more noticeable now than a decade ago. In a city with a modest graff community, a few names stand out from the rest, one of which we are honored to have as our next Artist Feature. If you look hard enough and keep an eye out, you'll start to appreciate the art form that so few decide to take on. You start to wonder how these artists manage to hit certain spots, how they managed to throw up such an elaborate piece and get away with it. It goes without saying, that Graffiti Art is no easy task to take on, and not the...