New illustrations by Florence Li

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By Johnny Cheuk in New Illustration on Tuesday 14 August 2012

Florence Li is a Hong Kong-based artist. Her illustrations talk about struggle and she has an interesting perspective on having happiness and unhappiness at the same time. She raise a question about why we often start working on something with a passion but feel annoyed when we get used to it. This is the time that you start judging yourself and find that it is too late to get away.

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New illustrations by Jack Lee

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By Johnny Cheuk in New Illustration on Saturday 11 August 2012

Hong Kong-based artist Jack Lee’s work combines Chinese ink painting style with Western paintings’ colour tone. I really like his flower series, which is colourful and dainty.

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New art by Hong Kong-based Tobyhk

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By Johnny Cheuk in New Art on Saturday 11 August 2012

Tobyhk is a Hong Kong-based artist who is exceptionally obsessed with character design. His creations are not limited to any one form, which range from graphics, illustrations, web designs, characters and vinyl figures.

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Emily Eldridge

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By Kate Barnett in New Illustration on Monday 13 October 2008

Emily Eldridge is originally from the United States, where she studied illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Based in Hong Kong for the past three years, she takes inspiration from the oddities and unique aspects of Asian culture and history around her. She incorporates her personal experiences and world travels into her lighthearted, colourful and feminine pieces. 

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The surreal artwork of Mimi Leung

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By Kate Barnett in New Art on Saturday 23 August 2008

Returning to Hong Kong after graduating from The Royal College of Art inspired artist Mimi Leung to create the series The Hope and Struggle. Motifs such as disease, mutation and vomit help convey the tensions of life in Hong Kong and the need for self-expression.

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