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DIY Piggy Bank - World of Money

DIY Piggy Bank - World of Money

HK$100.00
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Description

Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong (ADAHK) has launched 4 Mini Piggy Banks. One of the ADA Piggy Banks is specially crafted by our Artist with Disabilities, Jack Li. This project represents the growth of ADAHK, the path we walked together, as well as the power of love. Do show your support to ADAHK by bringing home an adorable piggy bank


Product: DIY Piggy Bank - World of Money

Material: cardboard

Colour adjusted for design purposes and slightly differs from original artworks.

The DIY Piggy Bank provides a set of clear instructions so that you can get started straightaway.


Original Artwork: World of Money

Artist name: Jack Li


Artist introduction:


Jack Li - ADA Angel

Associate of The Royal Photographic Society, UK. Gold Medalist of Documentary Photography and Portrait Photography in “The 7th and 8th International Abilympics”.

He is devoted to photography and inspired by many famous photographers, including Mr Au Yeung Chi Kong, Venerable Chang Lin, Mr Picasso Chang and Mr Ducky Tse. He has received many awards in the local and oversea public photography competitions and actively participated in various exhibitions including Cross all Borders: 3+3 Photo Exhibition 2009, Hong Kong Photo Festival 2010 and Exhibitions by Photographic Club for the Deaf. He was also elected as the “Hong Kong Spirit Ambassador” in 2013 which aims to encourage youngsters to build up the positive value of life through sharing his own experience to schools and community.

Click here for Jack Li's artist bio


*Product photos are for reference only.


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