Hong Kong’s Best Street Art
When it comes to the street art scene, Hong Kong is not a name that is usually among the most talked about. Well, that was until this year. 2015 has seen some exciting changes to the street art scene in Hong Kong and we are not being biased when we say we are now home to some of the coolest street art around. Here take a look at some of the pieces that brightening up our walls:
1.Hopare on Hollywood Road in Sheung Wan (multicoloured womens face)
2.Jay Flow in Sheung Wan (shark)
3.Rukkit on Upper Station Street in Sheung Wan (fox multicoloured)
4.Addison Karl at L.E.A.D. on Tai On Terrace (yellow face on large wall)
5.Egg Fiasco in Sheung Wan (bull)
6.XEVA at Cawah Arts Gallery in Sheung Wan (Bruce Lee)
7.Ladder Street, Sheung Wan (eye on yellow wall)
8.Unknown, Tung street (cartoon faces on grey wall)
9.Caratoes outside the Premium Lounge at Clockenflap (green cartoon face with 2 eyes, black background)
You can find out more about Hong Kong street art by visiting hkwalls.org or just grab your camera and talk a wonder around Sheung Wan and Stanley market and see what treats are lurking behind every corner!
Sarah Richard is a 26 year old professional world wanderer. 4 years ago she left the UK and everything that offered her security and routine in exchange for a constant life of excitement and adventure. And she is still living it now. Through out working as a Dive Master, freelance writer,running her blog (coffeewithasliceoflife.com) and working along the way she now leads a life as a full time digital nomad. So follow her in her travels, in which ever country in the world she choses, and learn how you can do it too.