Graphic / New Media / 40 Under 40 2014

Alex Lau, Connie Pun & Karen Cheng, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014 Alex Lau, Connie Pun & Karen Cheng, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014 Alex Lau, Connie Pun & Karen Cheng, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014
Alex Lau, Connie Pun & Karen Cheng
Project Little Dream

A picture is worth a thousand words. For Project Little Dream, this is more than true. Founded in 2008 by 15 university students with a common vision, Project Little Dream is committed to 『education for all' in underprivileged communities. From the architectural originality of its village schools in Takeo, Cambodia, to the simplicity of its publications and promotional media, an attention to design pervades the works of the PR Department of Project Little Dream. Nothing crystallises and conceptualises emotions embedded in their projects better than visual media — be it photography, videos, or plain words, which are then materialised to leaflets, books, documentaries, or even t-shirt designs. From construction sites in rural Cambodia, the design team's eye for artistic expression brought back a colourful story that spans over five years, four schools, and 500 kids. Currently, the team is working on a commemorative publication of its works.
Haze Tsui, Tsui Ka Long, Bemy Chan and Ho Ka Ho, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014
Haze Tsui, Tsui Ka Long, Bemy Chan and Ho Ka Ho

Zcratch, founded in 2006, is a multiple awardwinning multimedia creative group focusing on digital entertainment and moving images. Since 2005, the team has created award-winning animation across different media, and its work has been widely exhibited and presented locally and internationally, in Hong Kong, China, Japan, Europe and North America. In the last few years, the team won a silver trophy at the 16th Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Awards Animation Category, an honorary mention at the up-and-coming International Film Festival Hanover 2011 International Competition, as wlel as a silver at the Hong Kong ICT Awards 2012: Best Digital Entertainment — Animation (Open Category). Recently, Zcrach was awarded an honorable mention at the 2012 Taipei International Digital Content Awards — Digital Animation.
Hong Ko, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014
Hong Ko
KL&K Design

Hong Ko graduated from the Department of Fine Arts at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2000. He received the British Chevening postgraduate scholarship in 2002 and earned his Master's degree in typographic studies at the London College of Printing the following year. Projects he has worked on include brand and visual identity for Li-Ning, rebranding of Erdos Cashmere and the Wayfinding system for the National Centre of Performing Art. His Bama Tea and Yihong Tea brand projects won Most Successful Design Awards in from China's Successful Design competition in 2011 and 2013 respectively. Ko has participated in talks and exhibitions such as the 70/80 Hong Kong New Design exhibition (2007), A Better Tomorrow — The Future Generation at the Shanghai Expo 2010 and the VMD 100 International Design Exhibition (2011).
Kevin Li, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014
Kevin Li

With a Bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Waterloo and a Master's degree in mechatronics from King's College London, Kevin Li is exploring the field of wearable technologies to push the boundaries in the development of art and new media. Specialising in technology and interactive experience design and programming, Li has contributed to art projects such as Shade Dynamicism, Waking Life and Bacillus v2, in which the beauty of nature was demonstrated in digital forms with the use of software. These art pieces have been exhibited in art galleries and festivals in Hong Kong and New York. Li has also been actively involved in commercial projects such as the Wang Leehom Music Man World Tour, Shanghai World Expo Tibet Pavilion, Christmas / Chinese New Year festive lighting around Hong Kong, HKTB mid-autumn lantern festivals and the Times Square New Years Eve Countdown 2013.
SK Lam, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014
SK Lam

SK Lam founded the creative studio All Rights Reserved i n Hong Kong in 2003, focusing on creative ideas, design, publishing and eve n t management. Projects he has worked on include 『I Am Here — The Giant Panda Art & Charity Project' in Chengdu in 2014 and the Rubber Duck Project — Hong Kong Tour in 2013. He was also curator and creative director of 100 Years Before the Birth of Doraemon in 2012, and was art director on the Johnnie To exhibition Nuit Blanche 2008. Prior to setting up AllRightsReserved, Lam was general manager/ creative director at IdN, directly involved in developing its publishing line as well as curating various design conferences, which since gained a well-established reputation for quality within the global network of design industry professionals.
Toby Ng, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2014
Toby Ng
Alan Chan Design

Toby Ng graduated in graphic design from Central St Martins, London, and went on to work in Hong Kong, Singapore and London with companies such as Alan Chan Design and Sandy Choi Associates. Specialising in graphic design and brand identity, Ng is the recipient of numerous global design awards. As a noted graphic designer of his generation, Ng was a speaker at TEDxYouth Hong Kong 2013 as well as other international conferences and universities. He has won awards at the British D&AD Awards, Red Dot Awards, New York Type Director Club Awards, Design For Asia Awards, HKDA Global Design Awards and many others. Ng's works have been showcased at various renowned galleries, including the National Portrait Gallery, London. One of his most prominent designs, The World of 100, has been published as a book and distributed around the world.