I recently did an interview with Guangzhou, China-based Modern O2 - an art and design website and agency .
Apologies to my English readers, the interview is only in Chinese. But you can have a peek below, and click here to read the full interview.
Haruka and I teamed up to revitalize the school's Green Roof. What is a , you ask? Essentially this means that part of the building's rooftop is covered with live vegetation. A ...Read more
I'm finally getting around to uploading some photos of my mural collaboration with Used Pencil for HKwalls. It was super fun working together, and I think the combination of our abstract and figurative styles play off each other nicely.
Since all of the spaces for the HKwalls event were donated by business owners in the Sheung Wan district, we tried to take the owners' ideas for the artwork into consideration. The wall w...Read more
I recently did a little interview for MUJI's Summer 2014 Guide. Apologies to non-Chinese readers; words are only in Chinese! I guess you can look at the summery pictures instead?
The Summer Guide is available at all MUJI Hong Kong locations; you can grab a free copy of the booklet when you stop by their stores this June. Happy Summer everyone! Read more
Here's a fun project I recently worked on for a client in Hong Kong - a customized shoe cabinet! I illustrated a whole bunch of girly footwear for this custom piece of furniture, a perfect mix for the artsy vibe of the client's new home. Can't think of a cuter way to store what (in my house at least) normally becomes a mountain of shoes piled in a corner.
I was pleased to be asked to guest blog this week over on StylebyAsia.com - a hub for inspiration within the creative fields of Hong Kong, Asia, and beyond.
In my post, I talk about my artistic background, current work, and what inspires me. Take a sneak peek below, and read the full article here.
I recently worked on a collaborative mural at Yew Wah International School in Yantai, China. Joining forces with Year 3, 4, & 5 students, we created a stylized garden of flowers (hehe, get it?) I enlisted the students to paint their own fantastical flowers on paper, while I painted my design of strange and kooky flower stems directly on the wall. Using a wheatpaste technique (or in this case, a mixture of PVA glue and water), the students had a blast gluing their paper flowers over top of my painted flower ...Read more