Nagasaka Mago, a Sustainable Artist born in 1984, is one of the most influential emerging artists in Japan. His oil paintings incorporate electronic waste discarded in Ghana by other countries. To salvage the bits of useful metals, Ghanians liquify the components, and in the process pollute their fragile ecology. Through his art, Mago's mission is to reduce E-wastages and to raise awareness on this global environmental issue. A portion of the funds will be used for education and sustainable development in Ghana.
A Korean artist based in Seoul, offers a series of female portraits painted from different angles. His creations first started when he captured his muse and wife, Hwa Yeon Park on canvas. He notices that women, not only in his own country, but worldwide, have a long way to go when it comes to recognition. Women have different roles as a wife, a mother, a friend,.. but Yoon believes that women deserve more respect and recognition in whichever role they choose to shine in.
Cappello & Martello, based in Hong Kong, is an Italian lifestyle and accessories label specializing in leather products. His leather is 100% byproduct from the meat industry, and he believes that he needs to make use of "the stuff that would otherwise be thrown away, literally." Leather industry will never keep the meat industry going, and he believes in respecting life by using all parts of the produce and preventing waste. Focusing on Italian high quality leather goods, the design is inspired by Sicilian heritage and contemporary aesthetics. Each piece is conceived to give an unique experience of craftsmanship in a modern and perky way.
Jane, a rising artist born and raised in the busy city of Hong Kong, focuses on representational and portraiture art influenced by books, movies, and real-life encounters. Her art juxtaposes the heightened sense of realism and corruption in today's dysfunctional society. Her mission is to cultivate the millennials’ consciousness of the looming threats to our modern society.
Give customers a reason to do business with you. Lily So, educated in Leicester, UK, is a self-taught artist based in Hong Kong. The influence of Isabel Emrich’s work, especially the vibrancy of her underwater scenes, can be seen in So’s work today. With oil as a medium, So explores her complex interpersonal relationships with female figures and portraits.