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Hong Kong Neon Signs

Chinese neon signs are some of the most beautiful things in the world, they are one of the reasons I decided to move to China. Recently I’ve found this cool project that glorifies neon signs of Hong-Kong.

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www.neonsigns.hk is an interactive, online exhibition dedicated to exploring, mapping and documenting Hong Kong’s neon signs.

There is very handy map that helps to locate and categorize neon signs of the city.

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These are just few examples…

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For more goodness check www.neonsigns.hk

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Hatchers

I didn’t update this blog for a while, and there were reasons for this. One among them — I’ve started a new design studio — Hatchers. And this means more amazing things and much much more hard work.

Today I’m happy to show what we were working on all these months, our new portfolio and studio website — hatcherscreative.com

Please, let me know what you think about it! And spread the news if you like it.

And this is our new logo, by the way.

House numer plates

In a part of Beijing where I live there are a lot of old red brick buildings. They all look pretty much the same, but number plates. Oh, those number plates! It’s amazing how different they could be. Two building next to each other might speak with totally different voices.

One day I spent couple of hours walking few blocks around my house hunting for those plate. Check it out!




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Wang Ling (王灵)

One of my favorite part in fashion magazines is photographs of objects of fashion – watches, jewelery, bags, etc., if it’s done in an unusual, creative way. The very best, the most creative object styling I’ve seen were in Russian Esquire magazine. But here, in China I also have found nice examples of styling and object photography. From Outlook magazine, by Wang Ling (王灵).

Check out more in Wang Ling’s portfolio