NIKE HK MvsW – Fast Company
January 4th, 2013

MvsW for Nike is featured in Fast Company’s Co.Design.

Fish Harp – Fast Company
January 4th, 2013

Fish Harp is featured in Fast Company’s Co.Design.

The Creators Project Interview
December 18th, 2012

Henry talked about his installation Fish Harp in The Creators Project.

December 18th, 2012

Japan design platform WHO DID IT? recognized our work NIKE MvsW as the DID OF THE MONTH.

December 5th, 2012
Website Work

We’ve created the website for M+ MATTERS. The event includes 2 public symposiums “Asian Design: Histories, Collecting, Curating” and “Histories and Individual Practices of Contemporary Ink Art”. A series of public talks exploring critical issue with key players in the fields of visual art, design, architecture and the moving image.

We designed a special navigation, it spins around the content.

Creative Direction, Art Direction, Design, Program : pill & pillow
Booklet Design: Garden&Co.


December 3rd, 2012
Website Work

We created the website MvsW for Nike. It is a running competition between men and women. After they registered with Nike+, their data are gathered and visualized on the website. They can compare their running stats with other runners and celebrities.

Creative Direction, Art Direction, Design, Program : pill & pillow
Logo, Art Direction of Main Visual: Benny Luk (Sixstation)
Copywriting: McCann Erickson
Video: Papajay Pictures


Fish Harp
November 23rd, 2012
Art Exhibition Installation Music

Henry created the work “Fish Harp” for MUSIQUE PLASTIQUE exhibition. Exhibition organization by agnès b. at agnès b.’s LIBRAIRIE GALERIE from 27th Oct 2012 to 12th Jan 2012.

1st Floor, 18 Wing Fung Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong

11:30 – 20:00 daily (Closed on public holidays)
Free Admission

Studio visit – School of Design, Poly U
November 23rd, 2012

Henry gave a lecture of Professional Practice to the student from Poly U School of Design while they came to visit our studio.

25 Hong Kong designers you need to know – TimeOut Magazine
November 21st, 2012

Henry was selected as “25 Hong Kong designers you need to know” by the TimeOut Magazine.

The rest of the designers are Hung Lam, Eddy Yu, Eric Chan, Michael Young, Lee Chi-wing, Tat@GraphicAirlines, Freeman Lau, Andre Fu, Danielle Huthart, Michael Lau, Clement Yick, Choi Kim-hung, Ken Lo, Stanley Wong, Eric Schuldenfrei & Marisa Yiu, Javin Mo, SK Lam, Douglas Young, Carrie Chau, Benny Au, Tommy Li, Kan Tai-keung and Alan Chan.

The Five Colors Blind the Eyes – Soundtracking #JohnCage4’33” exhibition
November 2nd, 2012
Art Exhibition Installation

Henry created the work “The Five Colors Blind the Eyes” for Soundtracking #JohnCage4’33” exhibition. The work exhibits in K11 from 1st Nov 2012 to 11th Nov 2012.
The Five Colors Blind the Eyes
The work 4’33” by John Cage performed 4 minutes and 33 seconds of silence and tranquility. Without the use of any instruments, the natural occurrences of sounds in the environment become auditory. From Chapter 12 of Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching, “The five colors blind the eyes. The five tones deafen the ears.” Seeking for sounds of the melodic results in a dampened sense of hearing; the eagerness to hear results in deaf of the truth and whole. “The five colors blind the eyes” is a website that changes its color 50 times per second, aiming to create a dizzying effect – behind the flamboyant colors are, in fact, a torture for the eyes.
John Cage 作品 4′33″ 演繹了 4分33秒的寂靜。沒有樂器,但反而聽到了環境中自然存在的聲音。《老子》十二章中的 「五色令人目盲,五音令人耳聾」,也在說過於追求精彩的樂音,反而會令聽覺遲鈍。追求聽得到的,反而聽不到更真和更多。「五色令人盲」是一個1 秒 50 次的顏色變化的網站,目的是制造目眩的效果。美艷色彩背後,其實是對眼睛的折磨。
Venue: Tsim Sha Tsui K11 Art Mall B2
Exhibition Period: 1st November-11th November (12 Noon-10 pm Everyday)
Free Admission
地點: 尖沙咀 K11 購物藝術館
展出時間: 11月1日至11日 (中午12時至下午10時)

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