Inspired by the works of intricate embroidery on the Emperor's robe from the Qing Dynasty, these dragons have been brought into the modern world and tasked with guarding Hong Kong from evil influences. They fly over the city, defending against darkness and bringing strength and light to the people of this bustling metropolis.
This dragon is hovering over Mong Kok and checking out goldfish street and Langam Place!
Unframed, archival quality print.
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Comments on life in Hong Kong since June 2019. The Paper Community mobile has been shortlisted for the Hong Kong Human Rights Art Prize 2020 run by theJustice Centre Hong Kong. The Windows of the World mobile can be viewed at this theworldtakesabreath.com.
365 days of matchboxes as I catalogued my days from 22 January 2019 to 21 January 2020. Find the full set here. You can also view the full set on Instagram. I take commissions for personal boxes too. Contact me by email at email@example.com
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These modernised Qing dynasty style dragons are guarding the souls in Hong Kong.