No vendor matches the characters you entered103PAPER Thailand 22/7 by Hsu Taiwan, China 5IVE SIS Thailand A Spark of Madness Hong Kong, China A.Cloud Mainland China ACC Art Books United Kingdom Adeline Yeo-Matsuzaki Japan AEfolio Hong Kong, China agape Hong Kong, China AJI PROJECT Japan Akarii Hong Kong, China Akiku Aroma Japan Alan Chan Creations Hong Kong, China ALKEM Publishing Singapore Alpana Vij Singapore ANADA Indonesia Angel Hui Hoi Kiu Hong Kong, China Ann Niu Studio Mainland China Annette Singapore anothermountainman Hong Kong, China Aor Sutthiprapha Ceramics Thailand Arthur Fan Hong Kong, China ARTICLE LOG South Korea Arty Guava Malaysia ASAHIYAKI Japan atinymaker Singapore AURUM Hong Kong, China Ayer Ayer Singapore Baea Hong Kong, China Bambuhay Philippines Barbara Ceramic Hong Kong, China BASAO tea Mainland China BEAMS COLLECTIVE Hong Kong, China BEIGIC South Korea Being Studio Mainland China BETAS Mainland China Bing Design - PILING PALANG Mainland China Bird Tale Flower Tale Japan Botanic Pretti5 Hong Kong, China Boundless Artists Collective Hong Kong, China Boundless Himalaya Mainland China byLeona Hong Kong, China Camel Hong Kong, China Ceramication Singapore CHAKO Hong Kong, China Chen Chao Mainland China CHI CHOI MAO Hong Kong, China Chris Chun Australia cleverclaire South Korea COLTEX Furnishing Hong Kong, China COMIVERSE Mainland China Conspiracy Chocolate Hong Kong, China Cosmos And Harmony Thailand DAaZ Furniture Mainland China Daimon Brewery Japan DAMOON South Korea DAP Concrete Crafts Thailand DATON POTTERY Mainland China DBA Hong Kong, China DESINERE Singapore DORMU Hong Kong, China Dropenling Mainland China DUYIYAO Mainland China ease studio Thailand Emotive Soil Mainland China Eqologist Thailand Faux Hong Kong, China Forbidden Hill Singapore futchi Mainland China G.O.D. 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An innovative design brand, 103PAPER gives paper waste a new life by turning it into “paper clay” using soil and other natural materials, like coffee grounds, dried flowers, and botanical pigments. The paper waste lives on and grows again in their exquisite products designed to showcase the beauty of natural materials.
A brand focused on experimentation and exploration, 103PAPER is dedicated towards creating a difference with the help of nature. “We believe that by working together as a community, we can make a positive difference. It may be a humble beginning, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way we use materials,” says the brand.
103PAPER has showcased its paper sculptures at the Milan Design Week 2022, the Middle East Design and Hospitality Week 2022, and Maison&Objet Paris 2021. The company has won several awards and accolades, including the Silver for Green Production 2021 by the Department of Environment Quality Promotion (Thailand), Denmark Design Excellence Award 2019, and the Thailand Green Design Award 2018.
22/7 by Hsu is named after the apartment on 22nd Street and Seventh Avenue, in Chelsea, New York, that the brand’s founder, Claire Hsu, once lived in. This apartment was the key to cultivating Claire’s designer path in New York and it became the birthplace of 22/7 by Hsu. Located next to the Chelsea Hotel, a building filled with history and artistic significance, the apartment inevitably rubbed off the hotel’s creative vibrancy, allowing Claire to self-reflect, deconstruct what she knew, and eventually give birth to her brand.
Inspired by the simple urban New York style, her designs encourage the exploration and acceptance of one’s multifaceted self. Claire holds a degree from Parsons School of Design and currently lives between Taipei and Tainan in Taiwan. By integrating the contrasting cultures of New York and Taiwan, Claire hopes to convey a brand new lifestyle through her clothes that encourages women to break boundaries and pursue their dreams. Her designs are primarily inspired by sculptures and architecture, especially those with smooth contours. Claire specializes in 3-D cutting and she uses fabrics as a medium to express her creativity.
Based in Thailand, 5IVE SIS is a metalware brand, working mainly with pewter, aiming to translate oriental culture into luxury homeware.
Their company name comes from the founder's family of 5 sisters, each of whom have an eye for exquisite design and luxury accessories.
5IVE SIS fine pewter products are made with 97% tin and 3% copper and antimony. The pewter is lead-free and safe for food storage. Other materials used in the brand's products are high-quality silver, brass, and bronze.
A Restaurant Management graduate from Le Cordon Bleu Paris, Simran is adept at melding cuisines, flavors, and ingredients, and has launched restaurants across Asia and Africa. When whipping up a dish, her aim is to make it three-dimensional, bringing together elements of sugar, spice, and salt to give you the perfect bite.
A.Cloud, based in China and the US, was founded in 2016. The brand is deeply influenced by retro aesthetics and a fascination with simple geometric structures. Finding the perfect balance between classic vintage and modern fashion, A.Cloud designs timelessly stylish yet functional handbags for independent women.
A.Cloud values quality above all and aims to create contemporary handbags at affordable prices with luxury materials and craftsmanship. A strong sense of femininity pervades the brand’s simple and romantic designs.
A.Cloud believes that an independent woman is multifarious, like the clouds in the sky, kaleidoscopically variable and manifold, unravelling in myriad shades and moods. Being true to her uniqueness, unbounded by conventions, she embraces her own distinctive style.
Adeline Yeo-Matsuzaki, born in 1977, is recognized as Singapore’s first female finger-painting artist. With seven successful solo exhibitions since 2010, and numerous notable private and corporate commissions including a collection of eight works for One Farrer Hotel & Spa, Adeline has won the hearts of hundreds of art lovers. Adeline’s works often evoke a sense of wonder with her unabashed finger strokes that radiate positive energy. Defying conventions, Adeline often paints blindfolded – the extraordinary practice enables her to accomplish exceptional artworks that are spellbinding and soulful.Since moving to Japan in 2018, Adeline’s passion for creativity has been further fueled by the country’s profound appreciation for beauty particularly of seasonal cuisine. Besides expanding her craft with brushes and other mixed media, she is inspired to pair her adventurous foodie discoveries with her artworks bearing complementary characteristics. The parallels between her art and palate have prompted Adeline to seek like-minded artisans who share her passion. The thoughtfully curated collection of fine sake, liqueur, and spirits is expertly produced in collaboration with carefully selected breweries who share Adeline’s passion. The story of each product comes alive through the distinctive art on its label, elevating the gastronomy experience.
AEfolio is a Hong-Kong based home decor company specializing in handblown glass decor. Focusing on modern designs with a beautifully handmade character, AEfolio products fit perfectly into contemporary spaces. Each product in the collection is made with the purest materials and master craftsmanship.
AEfolio was founded in 2020 by Eveline Ko who was born and raised in Hong Kong. After a successful career in finance and taxation, she decided to follow her creative dream – to explore the rich culture of traditional art and craft like glass, ceramics, painting, and sculpture. Her particular interest in glass brought her to the USA to study glassblowing, glass chemistry, and design, and to China to explore its vibrancy and possibilities. This journey reflects her vision of bridging the East and West, bringing beauty to living spaces and supporting talented artists and designers.
agape is Hong Kong’s first resin art brand founded by artist Rolland Cheung, a recipient of the CreateSmart Young Design Talent Award 2022. agape believes that resin art can be applied to many disciplines of art, including installation, object design, exhibition, and interior decoration. The mission of the studio is to produce unexpected art experiences and lead people to an immersive resin art world.
agape’s artworks can be found in various retail and F&B establishments in Hong Kong, including TIRPSE in K11 Musea and the 360 Bar of the Hong Kong Jockey Club new clubhouse. agape has won the Hong Kong Smart Design Award in 2019 (Bronze) and 2020 (Merit).
Founded in 2012 in Kagawa, Japan, AJI PROJECT sculpts locally quarried stones, the first tools ever used by man, into aesthetic and functional contemporary homeware. Leveraging the eternal, natural qualities of stones – soft roundness, rugged surfaces, unbreakable materiality – they design evergreen products that bring the cool, quiet comfort of nature into your home and life.
The masonry expertise and skill of craftsmen at AJI PROJECT resolve any difficulties of working with stones. The gravity and natural texture of their stone-made products bring character and a piece of the earth to any space.
Taking inspiration from the Japanese word "akari" meaning "light", Akarii is an innovative spiritual lifestyle brand from Hong Kong. The foundation of Akarii is built on three virtuous pillars, namely "unite body, mind, and spirit", "mindful beauty and wellness", and "Home Kong" (embracing Hong Kong as the birthplace of the products).
With mindful beauty and wellness products, Akarii hopes to awaken the light inside us. As a firm believer in clean beauty, the skincare products by the brand are formulated without parabens, PEGs, silicones, SLS, SLES, petrochemicals, synthetic or mineral oils, and fragrances. All ingredients are plant-based, non-comedogenic, non-GMO, and thoughtfully sourced. The brand is also committed to sustainability with its local production and recyclable packaging.
As a designer, brand consultant and artist, Alan Chan and his company have received more than 600 local and international awards during his 51 years of experience in advertising and design.
In 2017, he was honored by Hong Kong Design Centre as the World's Outstanding Chinese Designer. Since 2000, Alan has ventured into the new arena of fine arts besides commercial design. The ‘Oriental Passion Western Harmony’ design philosophy initiated by Alan has been well-recognized by the international design scene and has brought immense influence on the younger generation of designers.
His works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Kyoto, Singapore, Chicago, and Milan. Being twice selected for Shanghai Biennale (2002, 2006) and Hong Kong Contemporary Art Award (2010, 2012), his works of art and design have been collected by institutions such as Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, National Art Museum in China, Shanghai Art Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art, M+, and Hong Kong Heritage Museum, as well as private and corporate collectors worldwide, including Coca-Cola, Walt Disney, Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental, Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Bernardaud, Alessi, Kirin, Sumitomo Mitsui Bank, City'Super, Fancl, Franc Franc, Seiko, and the HK International Airport.
"Looking back on how things have come about in the past 70 years, my world is a stage of dreams, adventures, and sharing, which rendered a well-orchestrated theatrical experience of transformation and becoming."
- Alan Chan
Alkem Publishing is one of the largest independent book and educational materials distribution company in Southeast Asia. Working with partners and booksellers across the region, they have been accredited as one of the leading companies in Singapore. The company’s highest record was to distribute more than 15,000,000 copies of books and 4,000,000 eBooks in a single year.
Alkem Publishing has been awarded numerous accolades and supplies to a number of established libraries and organizations, including the National Library Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, Times Bookstores, MPH Bookstores, Gerak Budaya Bookstores, and more.
Alpana Vij is a contemporary artist based in Singapore. Her practice employs painting, found objects, photography, and video to explore themes of perception and what constitutes ‘objective reality’. She is inspired by the Buddhist concept of śūnyatā or emptiness that focuses on the transitory and ephemeral nature and interconnectedness of all phenomena. She seeks to use her ritualized and meditative art making as a reflexive process to understand or question these teachings in order to create immersive experiences that poetically engage the viewer in a dialogue.
Alpana graduated with a BFA from the College of Art, New Delhi and received an MFA from the LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. She is also deeply involved in bringing art to the community and has initiated and participated in various projects in Singapore and India.
Alpana has shown her works at several solo and group shows. Her works are in private collections in Singapore, the USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, and India.
Born in 1991, Hong Kong, Angel Hui Hoi Kiu received her BA in Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2014 and subsequently an MA in Experimental Art from Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing in 2017. Currently, she works between Hong Kong and Beijing.
She has received numerous art awards, including a scholarship from China Education Development Foundation in 2016 and 2017, Silver Award at New Art Wave International Artist in 2015, and the Outstanding Award at the 10th 'L&XF' China Fashion Illustration Competition in 2011. She was also one of the finalists for the Hong Kong Fine Art Prize in 2014. She has exhibited her works in Hong Kong, Macau, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, and Australia.
In 2016, Hui was invited by Lane Crawford to create a window display showcasing her modern interpretation of Chinese traditions. Hui is fascinated by daily objects and often discovers new meanings by twisting traditional art forms and appropriating common materials as part of her artwork.
Ann Niu has been practicing calligraphy and Chinese ink painting since she was 5 years old following the works of the old masters. She also learned western oil painting as a teenager. She moved to Japan in 1989, after four years at an art college in Shanghai. She graduated from the Tokyo Musashino Fine Art University, Department of Design in 1995. Between 1995 and 2000, she lived and practiced her art in Korea and the USA.
Ann Niu’s artistic language is about painting spontaneous lines with ease and grace. She often uses "female figures" and "love relationships" as themes in a contemporary style with a traditional oriental soul.
She has exhibited in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, France, Holland, and Australia. Her works are also in the collections of several private collectors and institutions, including the Singapore National Art Museum and the HSBC Private Bank (HSBCPB).
anothermountainman, a.k.a. Stanley Wong, is a renowned designer and contemporary artist based in Hong Kong. Formerly the CEO of creative marketing agency TBWA HK, he is the Founder and Creative Director of 84000 Communications. An artist, photographer, and designer, he is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) since 2004, having won several global awards and accolades in graphic design, advertising, and fine art.
Over the past two decades, Wong has gained international awareness with his Red White Blue series of works that promotes the ‘positive spirit of Hong Kong’, which he presented at the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005. He has also received over 600 local, regional, and international awards for his art, design, photography, and advertising works, including two One Show gold awards from the USA, D&AD yellow pencil from UK, and the Tokyo TDC award. Many of his works have been exhibited in local and overseas galleries and museums in more than 150 shows. Collectors of his works include Hong Kong M+ and London V&A Museum.
"Iconic and relatable, the redwhiteblue series has turned a common three-coloured tarp in Hong Kong into a symbol for the city - for its vibrancy, versatility, toughness, grassroots quality, and many more."
- Stanley Wong