It’s a slam dunk from Spanish Artist Edgar Plans at K11 Art Mall! From 15 March to 7 May 2023, Hong Kong’s first outdoor basketball-themed street art exhibition ‘Game On’ opens — featuring colossal sculptures of Plans’ signature ‘Little Heroes’ characters.
Showcasing Plan’s raw, playful and cartoonish visuals with intuitive imagery, ‘Game On’ is a palette of vibrant colour and doodle aesthetics that calls to a sense of childlike wonder — allowing you to believe you can be who you want to be.
Designed to resemble a basketball court, the mouse-eared, big-eyed 3-metre-tall ‘Little Heroes’ are placed in ‘fight-or-flight’ poses as if they are keeping the ball in motion as tribute to NBA players and fans of the game. Find an assortment of clothing, accessories, and figurines including the global debut of Edgar Plans x NBA75 “I LOVE THIS GAME” badge set, to add to your art collection!
Don’t miss the chance to meet-and-greet with Edgar Plans on his surprise visits on 23 March 5-6PM to K11 Art Mall, where audiences can enjoy inspirational autograph and sharing sessions from the artist himself!
Location: Piazza and Kiosk, G/F, K11 Art Mall
Date: 15 March – 7 May 2023
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ROAM, a new menswear brand is now on board. ROAM creates essentials for men that embrace variety of lifestyles and habits. With the vision of “Everywear, Everywhere”, the brand strives to find beauty in the rhythm of everyday living. It takes high quality fabrics and function design to create garments that combines comfort and style throughout everyday living. . To celebrate the official debut of the brand, ROAM will hold its first pop up store at K11 Art Mall to kick off its first fashion journey.
LIMITED OFFER: Shoppers can enjoy 10% discount for any purchase at ROAM’s “Go ROAM-ing” Pop-up Store and get a limited-edition ROAM Tote Bag as a special gift.
Don’t wait! Come over to experience the unlimited possibilities together with ROAM.
ROAM’s “Go ROAM-ing” Pop-upStore:
Date: 24 Mar – 1 Apr 2023
Time: 11am- 9pm
Venue: G/F, Atrium, K11 Art Mall
Indulge in baked sweets while snacking on good for you treats! Natural fermented food brand Alive Food joins hands with internet sensation Dear Harley Bakery to launch a limited pop-up bakery at K11 Art Mall, debuting a selection of delicious and nutritious goodies!
Alive Food Sourdough Bagel
Enjoy the newest iteration of Alive Food’s signature sourdough! Freshly baked from whole wheat flour, the Sourdough Bagel is available in a selection of flavours, including cranberry, multigrain, tomato, and more!
Dear Harley Bakery Japanese Cake Roll
Get your day off to a guilt-free sweet start with the low-sugar Japanese Cake Roll, made with soft chiffon and silky cream! Enjoy the Cake Roll in 7 flavours — chocolate, coffee, Earl Grey, hojicha, matcha, ube, and sesame.
Come and treat yourself to healthy baked goods at K11 Art Mall!
Alive Food x Dear Harley Bakery Pop-up
Date: 16 Mar – 15 Sept 2023
Opening hours: 12PM – 9PM
Location: Kiosk 49, B1/F, K11 Art Mall
Love a little vintage mystique? Step into the past at K11 Art Mall’s Vintage Weekend Market Pop-up — forage retro styles, nostalgic scents, and antique toys to complete your own time capsule!
Participating Brands (Weekend of 25–26 Mar 2023):
2 The Lanes HK
3 Flyback Alley
4 Ho Ho Vintage Shop
5 Amber Baby Healing Jewelry
6 Dolce Stil Novo 品味生活雅集
7 Little by little accessories
8 Nardos Vintage Leather
14 It Blooms!
16 ANA JEWELLERY
17 CW MAKES STUDIO
20 CASPAR HOUSE
21 Playful Socks
22 Royal Vintage
Date: 18 Mar – 26 Mar 2023 (every Sat and Sun)
Time: 12PM – 9PM
Location: 1/F & 2/F, K11 Art Mall
Terms and conditions apply. K11 reserves the right to amend the programme without prior notice.
How do three trailblazing women influence a global generation of graffiti and street artists?
With grassroot beginnings in 1970s New York City, graffiti is now an international phenomenon integral to street culture that continues to inspire the new generation of boundary pushing creatives. In this latest Zoom K11 Konversation, we speak with legendary photographer Martha Cooper and artists Lady Pink and AIKO on finding community and the world-conquering persistence to take to the streets.
As witnesses and participants with decades of insight into the graffiti scene in New York City, Martha Cooper and Lady Pink reminisce on their decades-long friendship, and the inspiring moments that propelled them to the world of graffiti. Belonging to a younger generation, AIKO shares her story of arriving in New York City from Tokyo, seeking a new life and discovering the graffiti community. The three headstrong women’s advice to anyone wanting to make their mark on the art world? Equip yourself with a close network of friends and mentors to support you in your quest to conquer the world with art!
Watch this K11 Konversation now to step into the thrilling and colourful world of graffiti.
Lady Pink, Artist
Martha Cooper, Photographer
Denise Tsui, Managing Editor, CoBo Social
K11 Konversations: Women Trailblazing The World Through Graffiti and Street Art
Presented by K11 MUSEA
Hosted by CoBo Social
Supported by K11 Art Foundation
Image credit courtesy of:
Wynwood Walls, Miami, Florida, 2009. Photo by Martha Cooper. Courtesy Martha Cooper.
Lady Pink inside the train, #3 subway yard, Harlem, New York City, 1982. Photo by Martha Cooper. Courtesy Martha Cooper.
Martha Cooper, New York, 1982. Photo Henry Chalfant.