Urban Impressions | Bespoke Art for International Projects
Hong Kong artist Alvin Mak and British artist Dana Shek established Urban Impressions in 2005. Our Hong Kong-based multidisciplinary art studio creates bespoke art for private and commercial clients. We balance both the artistic and practical needs for your project. This helps facilitate a fluid collaboration from concept stage to final creation. Above all, we create art that is made specifically for you and your space.
We collaborate with art consultants, interior designers, hotel groups and property developers. Our artwork and sculptures are in 5-star hotels in Hong Kong, Macau, and China. We are also part of art collections for private and commercial projects. These projects are in Japan, Australia, Britain, Turkey, and other international locations.
Are you interested to collaborate and commission art? Whatever your artwork needs, you can get in touch to discuss your project.
Alvin Mak | Engineer Turned Hong Kong Artist
Alvin comes from a family of engineers. He went on to study mechanical engineering at Queens University in Canada. “My mother gave me a camera when I was a child and it became my artistic outlet. I also have a creative curiosity. Becoming an artist felt like a natural transition. At first, I started photographing Hong Kong street life and urban scenes. But I was soon drawn to more abstract aesthetics. This lead to photographing more graphical details of the city. As well as investigations into new materials.”
Alvin’s work includes photography, digital art and paper art. He also creates sculptures and art objects in metal, resin and fibreglass.
Dana Shek | From Business of Art to Making Art
Dana graduated from Loughborough University School of Art and Design, UK. She moved to Hong Kong to work as an art consultant and gallery manager. “When I studied Multi-Media Textile Design it was the process of making which I enjoy the most. Working in the art industry was an invaluable experience. But I was at a turning point in my career. In the end, it was time to make art again.”
Dana uses colour, texture as well as tactile materials. This stems from her textile background. Her work includes textile art, paper art, paper cutting, paper collage, and also digital art.