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Chu’s iconic floral motif is immediately recognisable on this phone case, which draws inspiration from Hong Kong’s cityscape and cyberpunk elements. Click here for details.
Ha ‘Lung’ is a pun for ‘hello’ in Cantonese. The second character, lung, means ‘dragon’, a motif that takes centre stage in this beautiful phone case design. The artist also uses typical patterns of Guangcai porcelain to pay homage to the traditional craft. Click here for details.
Like a street mural, this colourful phone case design combines the artist’s signature elements with street art and Hong Kong’s living culture — think iconic local dishes such as dim sum and different cultural landmarks. Click here for details.
A Hong Kong’s super fan herself, Takeoka puts her favourite kawaii (cute) and vibrant elements of the city into this ‘treasure box’ design. Click here for details.
The ‘lucky cat’ brings joy to everyone he waves at — and he’s waving to you from this stylish phone case! The design also references Hong Kong’s urban architecture and the classic blue-and-red pattern. Click here for details.
Inspired by Hong Kong’s neon lights, the artist translates the tremendous energy of the city into a grid of lights and colours on this sleek phone case. Click here for details.