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Digital Photography Workshops
Get the most out of your camera by attending one of our short 3 hour workshops conveniently located in Hong Kong
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We offer 1 to 3 hour sessions where we can take professional photos of you in a comfortable environment at our studio in Hong Kong. There’s a place to change and do make up. Bring food and drinks and make it a party with friends! See our events section for other cool things you can do here like Corporate Team Building, Bridal Showers, and Birthdays!
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Body of Art
It was the human form that first inspired people to paint, draw and sculpt. As budding artists, we’re taught perspective by measuring objects in the distance using our thumb, we learn to trace the contours of a model’s naked curves with charcoal and pencil, and finally evolve to portray the body as we see it – an object of beauty or obscenity. The body – both nude and clothed – has been a fascination for artists since the beginning of time and continues to intrigue. In our Spring issue, we take a closer look at the artists who are using their own bodies as mediums of art. From whimsical body sculptures by Ho Siu Kee (p. 14), Daniel Yeung’s avant-garde dance performances (p.6), to a tattoo parlour where star tattooist, Joey Pang, paints onto skin with ink and needle (p. 22) – these are the people who are using the human form as a vessel in creating new and innovative bodies of art.