The night in Kneipe in Berlin meeting with a group of sketchers. Efforts made to deal with the darkness and lights found in the place.
Spent 3 days in Chengdu assisting USkHK to set up the exhibition and to run the activities. We did a lot but could not really draw everything on my sketchbook.
A 6-panel accordion-fold sketchbook was filled with both sides. 10 pages of on-location sketches recording my trip instead.
The brand was specially designed with an illustration. The name of illustrator was ironically made the same as the chairman of PRC. The cafe is not so crowded while serving creative choices of burgers and sandwiches.
Spending a night out to sketch on weekday becomes luxury since my return from Berlin. The cafe remains me of the spirit I found there.
This place is one of the must-go in Hong Kong for those who wants to sketch a scene of yum cha. Here you could recall those old days with the dim sum trolleys, the bird cages and the menu done with handwriting
Break time at Coffee Academics in Wan Chai Road and finally be able to do a sketch before the new week started.
The ferry is still popular even it is no longer the only transport crossing the harbour. By the pier you can see something you cannot find elsewhere.
On Mercer Street in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Left hand side: Stationery shop in 80s-90s style
Right hand side: Old tea shop
Shoe Polish, Theatre Lane, Central
Traditional business in the busiest corner of the city, where you could see the grass roots working for the white collars who just left their offices.