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Exhibition runs from 6pm, 6 March - 3pm, 19 March 2015

Yi-Chen Lin with Frank Yau ~ Illustrated Melbourne

Yi-Chen Lin: Freelance illustrator from Taiwan. Being a street artist in Melbourne for over an year. Busking life has continued to inspire my art and I am interested in observing little things and clothing what people wears. Drawing is the way I enjoy for remembering life, people and stories. “You can not just survive in Melbourne, you have to LIVING in Melbourne.” A teacher told me. Living in Melbourne is truly an inspiration of my artwork. I hope my artworks can make people feel positive energy, warmth and realize beautiful things happen everywhere in our lives. ‘Illustrated Melbourne’ is my very first exhibition in Melbourne and also in my whole life, this is a very special moment for me.

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Yau Ka Lok-Frank, borned 1987 in Hong Kong. He recevived his first bachelor of Architecture in Hong Kong. He loves art, design, calligraphy, caricature and photograph. He is a member of Urban Sketchers Hong Kong,member of Equinox china art association and also one of the founder members of Project Space.
He worked in architecture and interior design around 6 years in Hong Kong. After his work and study, he started to travel as a street artist to find out more possibility. In this exhibition,He works with painting incorporating Chinese Ink in difference lines, shadows, spaces, rhythms, structures, textures from his investigation in Melbourne--- where he's living and traveling. Melbourne is a style city, urban planning and design led to formation of layering in this city. He want to let people discover the beauty of Melbourne.

The author believes ‘Design can change the world, art can change our life.' Find out more his work on For Project Space website: