Nothing fills our creative reservoir more than travel. Observing the everyday and getting lost in a new city can make the seemingly mundane fascinating. Stacks of plastic bowls, apartment buzzers, incense burning, handmade brooms, shadows dancing, and endless new combinations of colors and materials. Taken out of their familiar context, objects and architecture become strange, more interesting, even foreign. Hong Kong is an amazing, bustling, visually stimulating, sensory overload of a city. Filled with unique proportions, jarring combinations of old and new, and hidden gems tucked into every crowded nook.