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  • 1, Apr 2015 - Culture

    The Neon Museum

    Restoring Las Vegas' distinctive history.

    Whether it is a busy city or a quiet city hidden within the suburbs, every city in the world has something that is clearly distinct. What makes it evident though, is the way their people chooses to preserve and treasure them. In Hong Kong, neon signs are a com...

  • 1, Apr 2015 - Lifestyle

    Shell Homeware from Vietnam

    Traces of the cycle of life.

    Our bodies outline the cycle of life, where markings act like tallies and shades let us understand the residues left behind from life. The outer layer of a conch shell is much like a physical documentary of its life, in which just by basing on its size, one ca...

  • 1, Apr 2015 - Art & Design

    Tadashi Kawamata: Walk, Touch, View

    The Japanese artist on construction and demolition.

    Growing up, I always held to the idea that art, in some strange way, could impart some of sort of immortality to its subject, and could resist the natural cycle of life and death. Tadashi Kawamata, however, isn’t an artist who believes in permanence. “It’s a t...

  • 31, Mar 2015 - Culture

    Nourished Journal Two

    A magazine devoted to health and wellbeing.

    I’m currently on the cusp of turning thirty and as I’ve gotten older, I’ve started to develop a stronger interest in health and wellbeing, as well as a greater overall respect for my body. Fortunately, I’ve also discovered a number of wonderful publications de...

  • 30, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Cereal Magazine Visits Meticulous Ink

    The process of contemporary letterpress.

    Based in Bath, U.K., Meticulous Ink is a traditional printer and fine stationer owned by designer and typesetter, Athena Cauley-Yu, and illustrator and printer, Charlie Cumming. Besides creating beautiful prints, paper and stationery, the company also partnere...

  • 27, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Neolucida

    A portable camera lucida for the 21st Century.

    Before cameras were invented, a lot of Renaissance artists would use optical instruments to assist them to draw. The most well-known example would be the Camera Obscura. In fact, during the 19th century, there was also another lighter and portable light box ca...

  • 27, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    COS FW 2015

    The Urban Landscape

    Attended by many, including COS' very own Head of Womenswear Design, Karin Gustafsson, and Head of Menswear Design, Martin Andersson, COS' Fall Winter 2015 runway show just happened on the Upper Deck of Central Ferry Pier No. 4 in Hong Kong. Rendering the pres...

  • 27, Mar 2015 - Lifestyle

    Red Kiosk

    Retired obstacles with a new meaning.

    One of the joys in making coffee lies not only in the art of brewing itself, but the opportunity of talking to different people who also enjoy the beverage. I was a part-time barista while at university, and the most remarkable experiences were the chats I had...

  • 27, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Henri Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive Moment

    Steidl’s version of the influential photography book.

    I’m not an expert on the subject by any means, but from what I’ve heard and read, Henri Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive Moment -- originally called Images à la Sauvette -- is one of the most famous books in the history of photography, as well as a title that ha...

  • 26, Mar 2015 - Culture

    Nieves Zines

    New zines from the Swiss publishing house.

    I’ve always loved the idea of zines. In our visually oversaturated, over-commercialized society, especially, the lo-fi, DIY quality of zines has always appealed to me, as well as their more immediate artistic approach. Among the best zine publishers, in my opi...

  • 25, Mar 2015 - Lifestyle

    Wind Chimes by Nousaku

    Balancing modern design and traditional techniques.

    When it comes to design, I’ve always been most interested in the intersection of tradition and innovation -- the way historic companies or classic products have maintained relevance in modern times. Converse’s recently released Jack Purcell Signature is a grea...

  • 25, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Dip Table

    Each mess starts a dialogue.

    What can we see and what can we understand through a dinner's worth of time? Richard Clarkson has created a uniquely experimental long table with ten smooth dents on its surface. Acting as ten carved dishes on the table, the food goes directly on it for dinner...

  • 24, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Jan Von Holleben

    Songs of children.

    Successful photographers sees the world differently, and that is why they are able to capture images which exceed and challenge our imagination. It's never just as simple as the click of a button, which is why one should appreciate all the thoughts that goes t...

  • 24, Mar 2015 - Lifestyle

    Handturned Wooden Objects by Jonathan Leech

    Natural beauty and contemporary design.

    I often prefer a “less is more” approach when it comes to wooden objects. As such, I often gravitate towards simple, minimalist designs that allow the wood to express its own qualities, including any natural edges, knot-holes, burrs and other naturally-occurri...

  • 24, Mar 2015 - Lifestyle

    Lens Box by Wrong for Hay

    Elegant boxes for daily use.

    Theres a wormhole in my pocket, and occasionally random things spill out, like a 2-months old receipt from KFC; a bunch of coins from different countries; business cards that I have exchanged from press activities; usually I have already forgotten who these pe...

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Visual footprints of culture.

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