Hong Kong’s own Tower of Babel advertises popular colonial-era bars, restaurants, and clubs. Based on the October 2, 1995 New Yorker magazine cover by Edward Sorel.
20% of sale donated to a Hong Kong charity of your preference.
- Paper: Signed, numbered, unframed Awagami bamboo archival paper (170g/m2)
- Availability: Limited series of 30 (you are welcome to choose an edition number, but we cannot guarantee it. Please add your preferred request under 'notes')
- Size: 40 x 60cm
20% of the proceeds are donated to a local charity to support real Hong Kongers. You are welcome to recommend a charity or defer to the artist. More information on the donation program is available here.
Sophia started her series of illustrations as a parody of The New Yorker magazine covers. The collection has now grown and evolved as a way for her to express her experiences and observations of Hong Kong, the place her family has called home for over 150 years.