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Artist Feature | Bao Ho

Artist Feature |  Bao Ho

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.

In Frame | Pixie Music Video

In Frame | Pixie Music Video

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.

Artist Feature | Xeme

Artist Feature | Xeme

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...


Artist Feature | Bryant Vallejo

Artist Feature | Bryant Vallejo

There's a calm-cool vibe about our next artist - but not in your typical surfer dude persona. Only a few people embody the true hustle of working for yourself and getting shit done. From making music to running a surf lifestyle brand - to being on the road and raising a family - from afar Bryant Vallejo looks like he's got it all locked in, but taking a closer look you realize he's just like the rest of us, charging through everyday life.

I met Bryant around 2009 when I first moved back to...


Artist Feature | Ollie Rodgers

Artist Feature | Ollie Rodgers

There are many people to meet, many stories to hear in Hong Kong. That's why it's always nice coming across like-minded artists moving towards the same goal of creating and inspiring. We take a minute to chat with Ollie Rodgers (Mr Koo) and how skateboarding was the springboard into his journey into artistry.