Red can be modern. White can be stylish. Black can be a vision.
We are very pleased to announce that the new ‘Travel Mahjong City’ project has achieved the Judge Award of Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2018! “Travel Mahjong City” has preserved traditional Hong Kong hand-carved mahjong tile skill while presenting a new generation of talents as a unique Hong Kong gift. Travel Mahjong City Production Video […]
In Cantonese, mahjong has the same pronunciation as the “sparrow”, that is why a lovely bird is featured the illustration. Mahjong was in fact an essential part of Hong Kong people’s life in 1950s-2000s. Though the craftsmanship of mahjong making is disappearing, the preservation of Hong Kong culture should be kept. ‘How to Make Mahjong’ – […]
What are Hong Kong’s signature? Foodie, transport, garden, infrastructure, building, beautiful harbour……..an amazing doodle work featured Hong Kong city life! All products are available at online store: www.society6.com/KarenAruba
A featured high-tech themed along beautiful Hong Kong skyline. Transformation brings us to experience something new in life. I love black and white sketch as it looks awesome for the technology theme
This is my sketch of a personalized wedding thank you card – the card design has combined three features including Canada architecture, henna and Chinese word “Xi” which has a very special meaning to a wedding couple with Chinese and Pakistan family background who are living in Toronto, Canada. In fact, it means a […]
How much do you know the traditional Mahjong craftsmanship? What were the tools used in the manufacturing processes from 1960s to 2000s in Hong Kong? Mahjong is a quintessential part of the traditional Hong Kong way of life, especially to the Karen, whose grandfather and father were involved in operating a well-known big Mahjong making […]
Mahjong is a popular game among Chinese community. My grandfather and father ran a business and owned a mahjong manufacturing factory in Kowloon City. The mahjong factory was first setup in Kowloon City in 1950s. The devotion of the family to this work was what inspired the illustrator, and through the creative, the traditional method […]