Jaba participated in concept design for films such as Transformers, Iron Man and Star Trek. Therefore, the three-dimensional processing and composition of the characters in the works are full of sci-fi movie feelings. In fact, there was only a big tree in Jaba's original draft. However, after visiting Hong Kong in person, many local elements, such as ferries, trams, Victoria Harbour scenery, etc. are added, making the design more interesting and authentic.
The work is an eternal art form. INSA uses GIF to present the ideas “Life is running in a circle”. Have you ever think about what is the ultimate goal of your life?
The idea of the mural is to juxtapose the real life experience against the digital experience. In the works, there are blue checkers on both sides of the swimming pool, which represent the pixelated pool water with the window effect; but in the same space, there is a yellow sign which you can always find in the reality.
7 Malloy Street is comprised of a cluster of 10 pre-war Grade II historic buildings. After refurbishment, it is now a venue for exhibitions and arts and cultural events.
Five local typography designers designed 5 sets of “fire station” in bilingual fonts on the red folding gates to represent Hong Kong’s unique characteristic where “East meets West” and to pay tribute to the firemen of Hong Kong.
Lee Tung Street was home to a number of printing shops, and is best-known for printing wedding cards, hence was nicknamed by the locals as “Wedding Cards Street”. The street is now redeveloped into a residential area comprised of a shopping street.
Maggie Wong was inspired by this nuanced beauty. She extracted the delicate rhythm of colours and shapes and created an abstract pavement painting at the entrance of the Hong Kong Arts Centre.
Lockhart Road is a well-known design cluster in Hong Kong Island, with an array of shops ranging from interior/furniture design to decoration materials.
Located in the center of a busy town, the Foo Tak Building has become a place nurturing a diversity of cultural groups for more than a decade. In this seemingly old and ordinary building, there are in fact 18 cultural units inhabiting. Behind each of the typical Hong Kong apartment doors, one is to encounter creativity and possibility beyond unlimited imagination.