Sam Scrouther
Jun 22, 2016

Photos: Tiger's 'Air-Ink' debuts in Hong Kong

Tiger Beer, in partnership with Graviky, hosted an event Friday (17 June) showcasing technology that converts carbon-rich soot into usable 'Air-Ink'. Hong Kong street artists, such as Caratoes and Bao Ho, painted murals on the walls of Upper Station Street in Sheung Wan, illustrating the use of the ink to create art to help inspire people to 'uncage the streets'.

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