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Wet Paint, Paper Signs, Hong Kong

£9

A Hong Kong artist with multiple identities, Katol is also the co-founder and former member of Start From Zero, one of the representative units of local street art culture established for more than 15 years in Hong Kong. In recent years, Katol delved into the art of hand lettering. Integrating his design experience and professional sign painting, Katol’s has established a unique style in the local art scene particularly in hand lettering.

Complimenting the designers and objects we work with in the store with our own publishing and projects is a joy. The relationship between our own work and our selection of product continues to change and evolve, it is a journey.

Emete, Brand Director

Hato Press is an independent publishing house established in 2009. It produces books, zines and other objects in collaboration with artists; exploring people, play, culture and community in unexpected ways. And, of course, it’s a longstanding part of the HATO family.

Published by Hato Press, Private Zines, Hong Kong Dimensions: A5 Printed on uncoated paper Format: Softcover

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