What enticed The Hundreds, Orlebar Brown, Crumpler, and Barbour (plus 96 others,) to descend on Hong Kong at the end of August?
Hear what legendary graffiti artist SEEN has to say on the subject in our exclusive interview!
Typewriters? Disguises? Long lines of Hong Kong’s fabulous waiting for a “fair and honest appraisal” of their personal style? It’s The Bumbys!
All things Korean are trendy at the moment in Hong Kong. Walking along the streets you see Korean fashion brands, beauty products, and even K-Pop videos playing in stores. But perhaps the most visible sign of Korean culture’s popularity is an explosion in the number of Korean restaurants opening up around town.
There are few names from the early days of graffiti as widely revered as SEEN. A Bronx native, SEEN began writing in 1973 and became an internationally recognized king of the underground art form.
Above Second Gallery, the same people who curated the massive Work in Progress exhibition last June, are opening a new group show titled “Neon Golden” on Friday, September 6th.
American clothing brand Dickies is hosting a skateboard competition this Saturday at Fanling Skate Park. The prizes look very good!
LOADING, one of our favorite indie streetwear shops is hosting a photo exhibition titled “Analog” on Saturday, August 31st.
Manila’s party-rockers The Zombettes are set to take over FLY on Friday, August 30th. DJs Flex and SaNinja specialize in hard Electro and up to the moment EDM beats.
Last Saturday’s “Where’s the Party?” event held by Carlsberg echoed the old Rave party days, with a meeting point and a secret destination inside an old industrial building.
The new XXX, which is located in a basement further out towards Kennedy Town, is hosting a multimedia art exhibit called ABSOR[BED] on Thursday, August 22nd.
What is it about the artwork of Hajime Sorayama that attracted the likes of George Lucas, Aerosmith, Sony, and Bape? The AISHONANZUKA Gallery is presenting a solo show by the artist on Saturday, September 7th.
Sometimes the simplest things are the best. Forget Hong Kong’s trend towards fancy fusion food and enjoy a delicious tofu fa for just $10 HKD!