The Ink Trail: Hong Kong

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By Andreas von Buddenbrock
For years, Andreas von Buddenbrock – also known as “The Ink Trail” – has been filling sketchbook after sketchbook with ink drawings that all aim to capture the places and people he comes across; from market stalls and their vendors to high rises and dilapidated buildings to lush, winding nature trails.
 
The Ink Trail: Hong Kong offers a selection of his best drawings, from the start of his journey in 2017 to the end of 2023. Step into the world of an ink-pen artist as he guides you around the diverse locations of Hong Kong, offering personal anecdotes, thoughts behind his creative process and more.

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Description

For years, Andreas von Buddenbrock – also known as “The Ink Trail” – has been filling sketchbook after sketchbook with ink drawings that all aim to capture the places and people he comes across; from market stalls and their vendors to high rises and dilapidated buildings to lush, winding nature trails.
 
The Ink Trail: Hong Kong offers a selection of his best drawings, from the start of his journey in 2017 to the end of 2023. Step into the world of an ink-pen artist as he guides you around the diverse locations of Hong Kong, offering personal anecdotes, thoughts behind his creative process and more.

Additional information

Weight 520 g
Dimensions 142 × 210 mm
Pages

96

Binding

Hardback with jacket

Illustrations

80 black-and-white ink drawings

About the author

Born in Sweden, Andreas von Buddenbrock has been drawing for as long as he can remember. After graduating from BASIS School of Art in Stockholm in 2011, he went on to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Hong Kong and the US. After his graduation, he worked as an assistant to Swedish sculptor Anders Krisár in New York, before training as a gallery associate at the Museum of Modern Art. Today, Andreas works as an artist and freelance illustrator in Hong Kong under the pseudonym “The Ink Trail”. He is the main illustrator of the World’s Largest Colouring Book, which was created in partnership with UBS (Guinness World Record winner 2018).
 
Working with fine-liner ink pens, Andreas aims to capture the ambience of the sites he depicts and the personality of the people he portrays. If not working from home, Andreas can be found somewhere outside in nature, sketchbook and pen at hand.