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Converse's "Wall to Wall" Leaves Its Impressions on Hong Kong

Headed by Converse, “Wall to Wall” is an artistic initiative aimed at rendering the often mundane

Headed by Converse, “Wall to Wall” is an artistic initiative aimed at rendering the often mundane city walls and public spaces of Hong Kong into public galleries. Bringing together artists Alex Hornest, BUFF DIS, Charles Munka and IDT from Sao Paulo, Hong Kong, Berlin and Shenzhen respectively, “Wall to Wall” aimed to celebrate Hong Kong’s budding street art scene, another proposition following the debut of Hong Kong’s Art Basel this year. Temporary art installations have been displayed in various neighborhoods around Hong Kong with more art  looking to embellish other parts of the city. With each artist holding different cultural and stylistic elements in their work, “Wall to Wall” will no doubt create a greater creative buzz in the urban landscape.

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