10 November 2014

The Creativity Project | Art



The ongoing protests here in Hong Kong is somewhat old news now.  Generally, things are back to normal –or as normal as can be, with some of the roads still ‘occupied,’ causing traffic problems.   If nothing else, what’s come out of these protests are some very interesting art.  If you visit the occupied sites, you’ll see many, many of these and much, much more.

Umbrellas-(1)
Umbrella-art-(2)
Graffiti-(1)
OC-Art-(1)
Umbrella-art-(1)
Sketch-(1)
Love,-Peace,-Joy-(1)

Loom-band-(1)

Now, please hop on over to Sharon’s blog (here) and check out her photos of the same theme.  Once you are done visiting our circle, please check out our Facebook page and share your interpretation of our theme!

18 COMMENTS:

Sharon Covert said...

Singwa, I can't tell you how much I enjoy following your blog for all of these years. You have a gift for documenting life around you.

Tamar SB said...

Oh wow! Gorgeous. There was some amazing art that came from the occupy wall street protests here.

Dina Lettre said...

Really love that 1st shot!

Creative Heart by Stephanie said...

WOW!!!!! I love this post! I love the paper umbrellas with the next image that follow umbrella revolution .. You got a wonderful creativity eye for art

Creative Heart by Stephanie said...

I love the image with the colorful umbrellas and the one image that follows with umbrella drawing sign .. So colorful !!!

Daniel Beeler said...

I love all of your shots! It also brings a different insight into the current events there, wonderful!

Kim Cunningham said...

I really like these. So cool. That first one is my fave.

Nicki said...

Creative expression - and well done on photo journaling it.

elizabeth said...

I love your beautiful photos!

Tracy P. said...

That first one just reached out and grabbed me! Together they convey such emotion. Your color processing accentuates that perfectly. I love when people use art to communicate.

abrianna said...

My favorites are the first two shots. Glad things have calmed dwon some.

Life with Kaishon said...

I had no idea that there were people in your country fighting for democracy. Thanks for sharing this information with us! Awesome pictures of art.

sandy said...

i am in love with umbrellas and i really love this post and especially the paper umbrellas!

deborah said...

Thank you for sharing this ... along with your beautiful images.
This is my first time to visit from Kim's site.

Sharon said...

My favorite is the photo of the little colored umbrellas (the first shot). Great documentation of this time in the history of Hong Kong.

Kristy LifenReflection said...

Sharon, that's great idea to document.

Michele Matucheski said...

Thank you for sharing this. It's these little pieces of every day struggles and demonstrations with dignity that I so value about the internet. Umbrella Revolution.

/SBA said...

this post gives a whole new definition to "street art".

dear singwa, you have brought news to us in so many ways through your blog and i am more than grateful for a humane view of it. more than art, this is current events from the heart and eye of a spectator...you, my love, are a photo-journalist in it's purest form.

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