Five minutes with Gustav Szabo: Szabotage Meet the Clearwater Bay resident and graffiti artist who’s making his mark around Hong Kong. Art is drawn to beautiful locations, and Sai Kung is one of them. There’s this energy here that’s unlike elsewhere in Hong Kong, a real community feel. It’s such a unique side to HongKong life. I’ve always been inspired by the iconic urban architecture and now Sai Kung is bringing new elements beyond the skyscrapers for inspiration. I’d love to see Sai Kung become a bit more of an art hub for the New Territories. With the amount of…

Thank you to everyone that came down it was a lot of fun. The Little Pricks collection was a hit and got a lot of attention in the Art Super Nursery. We have a couple left so drop us a message quick if you want one. Contact us  

It might be hard to believe now, but there actually was a time in Hong Kong when every single new bar did not feel compelled to call itself a speakeasy. Of course, we live in a city that loves its buzzwords and knows how to take a trend and run it into the ground, which is why so many drinking spots these days go for the speakeasy vibe. That may explain why Le Boudoir, which opened in October 2010 and claims to be Hong Kong’s original speakeasy, has said goodbye to its original incarnation and is now set to reopen…

Local street artists hope to bring people together with their work, while others tout the cultural and economic benefits of fostering the scene. It’s early Sunday morning in Soho, and Hong Kong’s popular entertainment zone is still waking up from a night of wild partying, with the smell of alcohol still hanging in the air and barely anyone in sight. CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE Three street artists that call Hong Kong home Tsang Tsou Choi (also known as “King of Kowloon”) Background: The late Tsang, who was born in Guangdong in 1921, was known for his Chinese calligraphy graffiti….