From immigrating to Canada via Hong Kong, to working a 9-5 cubicle job, to self-publishing his first book, Alex Wong is no stranger to new experiences. Here he breaks down his favorite rap album covers, discusses racism, and how Steven Lebron Volume 1 opens readers up to another side of the sports world.
Entries in Hong Kong (12)
CLOT'S JUICE store in Hong Kong hosted a launch party for FRANK founder Stephen Malbon's latest project, All My Friends Are Different
Created by FRANK151 founder Stephen Malbon, this coloring book decked in graffiti combines all the fun of FRANK, with contributions from artists such as Phil Frost, MQ, Futura 2000, Dr. Dax, and more.
View of the solo exhibition by Takashi Murakami at Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong, May 21 – July 6, 2013.
The undisputed champion of contemporary toy design traveled from his native Hong Kong to unveil his ‘FINAL S.F. @ GPS’ exhibition at the gallery space in the new dpmhi store in London.
Edison Chen and Kevin Poon have come a long way from collecting comic books and Dragon Ball Z cards. Their already growing interest in art spiked when Art Basel came to Hong Kong in May of 2013, where they added a few pieces to their respective collections.
If you’re traveling to China with Hong Kong Airlines, you may want to be extra kind to the stewardesses when asking for some orange juice.
Tai Pai Dong is a type of open-air food stall, once very popular in Hong Kong. The government registration name in Hong Kong is “cooked-food stalls,” but Tai Pai Dong literally means “restaurant with a big license plate,” referring to the size of its permit, which is bigger than that of other street vendors.
A lot of people own at least one prized CLOT collaboration product, but these stand out as the brand’s favorites. Here they appear in scenes of everyday Hong Kong subculture, because that’s where the brand lives.