We gave Air-Ink products to the best emerging artists in Hong Kong. They used them to takeover the streets of their city.
Catherine Grossrieder aka Cath Love is an artist and graphic designer who resides in Hong Kong. She has been influenced by a multitude of Asian and Japanese style cartoons, combined with the graffiti and hip-hop culture she’s picked up from her summer vacations in Switzerland in the 90’s.
Bao is a Hong Kong born and based artist who loves freestyle, mainly work with mural art and illustration. Winner of 'Secret Walls - Hong Kong' Series 3, Bao has travelled and worked on projects in Australia, Taiwan, Mainland China, Italy and the Czech Republic.
Born in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, Lei Lei is an up-and-coming Chinese multimedia and animation artist. His work is influenced by his skills and passion in graphic design, illustration, cartoons, graffiti and music.
Born in Hong Kong, 1986. Kristopher H specializes in graphic design and intricate illustration. Over the past few years, his highly detailed, street-inspired artwork has been exhibited around the world from the UK to Asia.
Xeme is a Hong Kong based graffiti artist. Fascinated by Chinese culture, Xeme always adds Chinese elements into his work. At the same time, whether in method, style or medium, Xeme tries to break conservative rules by mixing traditional and contemporary arts together.
Smilemaker Roes ideology can be summed by one sentence: “We love art and love to see your smile.” For the local Hong Kong artist, the purpose of art is to make life better. Her beautiful work spreads the message of positive thought, and she hopes to put a smile on the face of everyone who sees it.
Caratoes was born in Amsterdam to Hong Kong parents and moved back to Hong Kong to rediscover her roots. Since then, her multi-styled, conceptual illustrations are a key feature in the Hong Kong street art scene. Whether it’s paint or pencil, she likes to be lead by the material she’s using and space she’s creating for.
Ken Lee is the founder and owner of Dirty Panda, the first graffiti supply store in Hong Kong. Since 2002, he's provided a platform for anyone interested in graffiti to share and exchange ideas. He's dedicated to working with local youth centres, schools and universities to push culture to the next level.
An independent multi-disciplinary graphic designer, illustrator and artist from Australia and currently residing in Hong Kong. Ho has created unique branding design identities, digital illustration and hand drawn art for prestigious clients from around the globe including Cartier, Nike , Adidas, IKEA, DC, Microsoft, DKNY, The Gap, EVISU, D-Mop, Lane Crawford, Loveramics and more. His works have been shown in New York, Singapore, Berlin for Adidas Urban Artist series and in Paris at the Palais De Tokyo for DC Comics.
Sinic, born in 1983, Hong Kong. Constantly trying to combine graffiti with western and Chinese calligraphy as a new type of “fusion” art form.