Hong Kong produces roughly 1.8 million tones of paper trash each year. Landfills are running out of space, and only a few people bother to recycle amid a consume-then-throw-away culture. Imagine if you could take all this paper trash and turn it into fully-functional and eco-friendly furniture using the art of papier-mâché.
What would you do with an old car seat? Ever imagined using the leather to create stylish bags?
Lomo cameras are “toy” film cameras, and have been quietly accumulating a cult over the years, with only a single Lomography store hidden in the depths of an old Sheung Wan area, and select counters in Log On, a trendy Japanese-style accessories and stationery store. Read More
Lately, molecular gastronomy restaurant, Bo Innovations has been making noise with its clever blend of familiar Chinese flavours with western style presentation and cuisine. Read More
Following in the footsteps of Japanese trends, Hong Kong girls are lovin’ their bling on everything from nails to iPhone covers.Swarovski, the revered king of crystals, is commonly used, but beware of fakes!
G.O.D. calls itself “Hong Kong’s Premier Lifestyle Brand”. Indeed, it has become Hong Kong’s most beloved brand for home furnishings, and accessories etc., and it is synonymous with “design”. Read More
Design is a Happy Marriage Between Identity and Creative Expression
As we are spoiled by choices nowadays, the deal-breaking factor when deciding to “buy or not to buy” is often the look of the product and its packaging design.
靚模 [Lang-Mo] AKA the pseudo-model. These girls are around 20-years-old, wear their dyed hair long, never appear without fake eyelashes and heavy makeup, and cater to male fantasies. Read More
Hong Kong is the place for karaoke and shopping, but who would have guessed mountain biking to be popular with HK youngsters?! A blade of grass is hard to come upon in this concrete jungle, let alone a forested mountain! Read More
Popular weekly street Magazine “Milk” also has it’s own roster of music artists signed onto their record label “Silly Thing.” The site contains blogs from different artists who use the portal to keep in touch with fans and show pictures of themselves. TK is the founder who also has his personal blog illustrating products and things which he finds interesting. This is quite popular as it enables the tracking of new products and trends as well as offering an independent location for promotion of their recording artists. www.silly-thing.com Read More