Text by Khoo Douglas
29.8 cm x 23 cm
As the city of Hong Kong is visually vibrant and breathtaking, this is not surprising. But behind the bright lights lies a quiet and mellow Hong Kong. This book captures the solitude and peacefulness in some of the busiest and most populous parts of the city.
This title features text in English & Chinese. Most photography books about Hong Kong display the splendour of the city in all its vibrant, vivid colour. As the city of Hong Kong is visually vibrant and breathtaking, this is not surprising. But behind the bright lights lies a quiet and mellow Hong Kong, one that is not always apparent to the first-time visitor but nonetheless exists if one seeks it out. Photographed in black-and-white, this book captures the solitude and peacefulness in some of the busiest and most populous parts of the city. These images take you on a journey through some of the city’s most recognisable streets and onboard its most popular modes of transportation – but in a way, you have never experienced before.
About the Artist:
Douglas Khoo hails from Malaysia and has spent the last decade living in Hong Kong. Drawn to the arts from a young age, he studied architecture before pursuing a career in advertising. Khoo’s years in the industry helped hone his artistic eye and further his interest in creative arts. A self-taught photographer, Khoo prefers to capture unexpected moments and places little reliance on technical expertise or photographic manipulation. Having lived in various countries in Asia, his photographs also reflect his interest in local cultures and people. Most of his current work is done in monochromatic style.
About the Publisher:
Asia One is a fine art publishing house established in 2007. It is based in Hong Kong.
Book Materials and Specifications:
Hardcover book with a stitched perfect binding. Book ends glued down. Plate sizes range from 3″ x 4″ to 9.5″ x 23.5″ full bleeds.