Sep 24, 2015

Photos: DBS' MySparkHK effort spells support for Make-a-Wish

DBS is inviting Hong Kong luminaries and members of the public to use giant letters created by award-winning London-based illustrator Sean Freeman to "showcase their joy and creativity through their own 'Spark' words". For every photo posted on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #MySparkHK, the Hong Kong Make-a-Wish foundation gets HK$10. The event began on 18 September and runs through this coming Sunday at Hysan Place in Causeway Bay. See some of the well-known Hong Kongers and their chosen words below.

Allan Zeman (LOVEHK): ...
Justin Sweeting (MUSIC ...
Charles Mok (FINTECH): ...
William Lim (FUNDAMENTAL): ...
Emily Lau (DOMESTIC ...
Franklin Lam (OUTSIZED): ...
Glendy Chu, Executive ...
Kalmond Ma, Executive ...
Singer and actress Stephy ...
Creative typography master ...
Sean Freeman and Glendy ...
L-R: Stephy Tang, Sean ...
Allan Zeman
This one was apparently ...

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