Chow Chun Fai is an artist, a tai-chi practitioner and comes from a family of taxi drivers, which has fueled his fascinated with the city's urban landscape. Inspired by the lost art of film hoarding painting, which uses commercial enamel paints, Chow's mug is a reproduction of one of his paintings of an iconic Hong Kong taxi. Graduating with multiple awards from the CUHK, Chow Chun Fai is an active member of the Fotan Artist Village.
HK$240.00 - HK$260.00
Cary Kwok's mug is entitled Plumage’ and is a study of how people have adorned their hair through the ages. In May 2012, Cary exhibited with Herald St at Art Hong Kong and will show solo at the end of the year in London. Kwok is a Hong Kong born, London based, artist well known for his exquisite ballpoint pen drawings. He is represented by Herald St Gallery in London and has exhibited internationally, including Galerie Emanuel Perrotin, Miami, Attention to Detail curated by Chuck Close at FLAG Art Foundation, New York, Rude Britannia at the Tate Britain, London, Taro Nasu, Tokyo and Hauser & Wirth, Zurich.