As a major art hub in Asia, Hong Kong is a site for artists to showcase their works to the world and for art enthusiasts to see the latest developments in the scene. And for Preview girls? Well, one of the city’s charms has always been the presence of inspiring art everywhere you turn.
This summer, Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is presenting vacationers the vibrant city’s biggest street art festival at 64 Wong Chuk Hang Roadd, Aberdeen. This hip area does a wonderful job of presenting Hong Kong’s rich history, alongside the energy and free-spiritedness of today’s purveyors of pop culture. Immersive and authentic, it’s as close to experiencing the city like a local as you can get.
Here's a sneak peek at the HKWalls 2017 so you can plan your outfits for the OOTD shots you’ll be taking during your next Hong Kong trip.
Zoom in on the explosive abstract art of contemporary graffiti artist Abdulrashade, whose works are an innovative mix of flora and fauna with a touch of Nusantara culture.
Let the art of Filipino muralist Kris Abrigo bring a colorful new dimension to your photos through his distinct palette, geometric designs, and inventive use of textures.
Indonesian artist Tuts loves high contrasts and layering in his graffiti art, making his work a perfect background for your streetwear looks.
Be sure to capture the distinct gritty surrealism of Jecks’ style, a product of over a decade’s worth of exploring the psychology behind graffiti.
Add a touch of the wild to your OOTDs through Mauy Cola’s murals. The Chiang Mai-based artist loves to incorporate various creatures from her hometown province as a way of paying homage to her past.
To find out where else you can spot cool street art in your next visit to Hong Kong, visit HKWalls.org.