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Hong Kong’s Architecture & Locals Come Alive in New Book

Hong Kong's Architecture & Locals Come Alive in New Book

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Parisian photographer Karl Hab releases his fourth limited edition photo-book, titled 24H HONG KONG, which follows up on his self-published “Window Seat Please” zine and 24H LOS ANGELES and last year’s “Ice Cream Shots.”

24H HONG KONG is essentially the second installment of Karl’s ongoing city series project, and explores the geometric architecture of the city and the daily routines of locals from the ground to the sky.

'24H HONG KONG' is a long work book that captures the contrast of that cross cultural hub. Showing a larger focus on that city, the main challenge was to show the human side, the daily routines of locals from the ground to the sky. The book also respects the chromatic order, from day to night like my previous project #24hlosangeles . Introduction by @futuradosmil Layout by @cassandre_ce / @zone_studio Official Launch tomorrow online #24hhongkong #newbook #hongkong

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Featuring original photographs that captures distinct Hong Kong scenery from modern cityscapes to red Island cabs, to pastel basketball courts and abandoned MTR stations, the book also includes an introduction written by renowned graffiti artist Futura 2000.

Priced at €50 or about $61 USD, you can purchase 24H HONG KONG online now.

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Next up, Joana Krawczyk captures the elegance of Japan’s busiest cities.