Chi-tak LI "Sham Shui Po is still Sham Shui Po" Limited Edition Prints 利志達「橫睇掂睇都係深水埗」限量版印刷版畫


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Chi-tak LI "Sham Shui Po is still Sham Shui Po" Limited Edition Prints Artist: Chi-tak LI ● 2021 ● Signed and Numbered ● 4 Colour Print on 216 GSM Paper ● 820 x 630 mm ● Edition of 100 plus 1 artist's proof Artist’s bio: Chi-tak Li began his career in the comics industry in 1982. After working for a corporate comics publisher in Hong Kong for a month, he decided to start his own venture as a freelancer. Following on from the release of The Wisely series, he self-published Tong Men Shao Nian, a prominent title which rocketed him to fame in 1987. He has since developed a distinctive art style, creating his own visual world with eerily experimental works that broke genre rules. Li’s transmedia creations transcend the boundary of comics and expand into movies, experimental theatres, literature, pop music and sculptures. His idiosyncratic style has attracted the attention and commissions from local and international brands. Li is also well-known to the international comics scene. His comics has been published in places like Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Mainland China, France and Italy since the 90s. In 2016, the Hong Kong Arts Centre had jointly curated Li’s solo exhibition with the Angoulême International Comics Festival in France as one of the Festival’s thematic exhibitions. His French comics The Beast, a collaborative project with the famous Belgian writer Jean Dufaux, was released at the same time. This solo exhibition had given birth to another international cooperation opportunity. Li was invited by the Louvre Museum to create a new comics Moon of the Moon. The French version was released in November 2019 in Europe and the Hong Kong Chinese version by the local publisher Today Publications in March 2020. His recent romance comic YUM SUI was published in 2021, and his new comic book Kafka is to be published to pay a homage to Franz Kafka's literary classics in the same year. Product description: Illustrated through the visual language of Chi-tak Li, who could in fact be considered a Hong Kong treasure himself, the print "Sham Shui Po is still Sham Shui Po" demonstrates his distinctive artistic style that tells miniature stories of the district and inspires the observer to explore the area themselves. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the charity The Society for Community Organisation (SoCO). It was formed in 1971 by a group of clergymen and people who cared for Hong Kong’s development and campaigned for a fair and just social system. 利志達「橫睇掂睇都係深水埗」限量版印刷版畫 繪者︰利志達 ● 2021年 ● 附獨立編號及親筆簽名 ● 4色印刷 ● 820 x 630 mm ● 版數︰100 + 1 藝術家自留版 繪者簡介: 1982年投身漫畫創作,在港式漫畫集團工作一個月後即以自由身闖蕩漫畫界。繪畫過《衛斯理》系列後,87年自資出版代表作《同門少年》而聲名大噪,自此發展其獨特的漫畫風格,以奇詭實驗、突破類型的漫畫築構自己的視覺世界。 漫畫以外,亦參與多個跨媒介的創作,將其繪畫延伸至電影、實驗劇場、文學、流行音樂、雕塑等。此外,其別樹一幟的畫風,吸引多個國際品牌委約創作。 利志達是海外漫畫迷熟知的香港漫畫家,1990年代開始已在海外連載及出版,包括日本的講談社及小學館、臺灣、馬來西亞、中國內地、法國、意大利等。 2016年,香港藝術中心聯同法國安古蘭國際漫畫節為其策劃個人展覽,成為該屆漫畫節主題展之一,同步推出與著名比利時作家Jean Dufaux合作的法語漫畫《The Beast》。是次個人展覽更帶來另一次面向國際的合作,利志達獲羅浮宮博物館合作邀請,編繪最新漫畫《蟾宮事變》,法文版率先於2019年11月於歐洲發行,香港中文版由今日出版於2020年3月推出。2021年出版愛情漫畫《飲水》,同年以著名文學作家卡夫卡的短篇作品為材,出版最新漫畫《卡夫卡》。 產品介紹: 利志達是首屈一指的本地獨立漫畫家,可說是香港之寶。他發展出獨一無二的藝術風格,創立他個人的視覺語言。他的獨特畫風可以從「橫睇掂睇都係深水埗」領略一二:仔細看的話會發現裡面蘊藏很多小故事,誘發公眾自行探索這個區域。 所得款項 50% 將捐給香港社區組織協會(社協)。社協於1971年由一班關心香港發展及倡導公平合理社會制度的人士及教會神職人員成立,透過組織受影響群眾,提倡尊重民權、公民平等,推動民權發展。 Website