Hatch.hk offers up fresh Hong Kong illustration talent
Hatch.hk is a brand new illustration agency representing Hong Kong talent for commissions across Asia and worldwide.
The firm currently represents eight artists – Benny Luk, Calvin Ho, Jack Lee, Toby Yeung, Casper Chan, Johnny Cheuk, PikPik Zoo and Kate Barnett – for advertising, editorial, fashion, music and brand commissions and collaborations. It is the first agency of its kind to launch in Hong Kong.
A launch exhibition, showing work by all the Hatch.hk artists, will run at the Artfinger Gallery in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong from December 11 to 16.
Michael Dorrian, creative director of Hatch.hk says that "Hong Kong is rich in creativity and should be a world centre for art and design. The Hatch.hk artists channel Hong Kong and international influences to create work that is fresh and contemporary, ground-breaking yet accessible. We're very excited to be able to bring these artists' work to a wider audience."
Hatch.hk is backed by international brand consultancy Start Creative.
Benny Luk is a typographer and illustrator. He has won awards from institutes including the Hong Kong Designers' Association.
Jack Lee is a Hong Kong artist who uses painting techniques to produce illustrations for advertising, publications and product design. He has also worked as an animator on films including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Astroboy.
A graduate of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Casper Chan is an illustrator, typographer and fashion stylist. In 2008, City magazine named him among Hong Kong's talented up-and-coming creatives.
Johnny Cheuk is an illustrator who mixes traditional and cutting edge media, blending computer graphics with watercolour and pen and ink to express his unique style.
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