Architectural Density in Hong Kong

With seven million people, Hong Kong is the 4th most densely populated places in the world. However, plain numbers never tell the full story. In his ‘Architecture of Density’ photo series, German photographer Michael Wolf explores the jaw-dropping urban landscapes of Hong Kong. He rids his photographs of any context, removing any sky or horizon line from the frame and flattening the space until it becomes a relentless abstraction of urban expansion, with no escape for the viewer’s eye. Infinite and haunting.


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I handed in my final undergraduate exam today. I guess this is as much finality as I’ll get until I receive my diploma in the mail - I’ll be in Portugal when my grad ceremony happens. I guess it’s cool to be done, but I’m pretty worried about how much I’ll miss school (it’s kinda pathetic). 

Here’s the view of Buchanan Tower from East Mall. Really though, my favourite view is from the giant windows in the IKB Harry Potter room. I’ve written some of my best papers from that room. 

I’m 95% sure I’m graduating!

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I once found myself standing under the Goh Ballet awnings in a rain storm. The awnings make the rain sound amazing

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The time has come….


Brought to you me and my best pal, Stefan Tosheff

We had so much fun with the volume 1, that we just couldn’t resist summoning another demon of a zine.

Submit your satanic art, comics, poetry, stories, or photography.  
All are welcome! 

DEADline for submissions is APRIL 5th!!
Send your submissions to superfun.satanclub@gmail.com

P.S. all work must be Black and White. Thanks

P.S.S. This zine will be debuting at TCAF whaaaat!

SATAN ZINE VOL. 2. Curated by my good pals. Still time left you submit!


One from Burnaby, near the hospital on the 28 bus route. 

Sometimes, but rarely, I do something that references Burnaby.


Playing a show y’all. Come on down and check out some art and some tunes by yours truly and EEK! (poster by katie So)

Event page

Yay! Come to this!

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One of the first window drawings I ever did was actually the Bradbury Building in LA. It’s been used in lots of movies, most notably and centrally in Blade Runner.

I spent way too long in there looking at the intricate wrought-iron, which was displayed at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893 before being shipped to LA for the building. 

I’ve included a photo of the exterior, my own photo of the stairs, and then a screen shot of the stairs as they appeared in Blade Runner. Overall, a combination of too many things that I’m sort of obsessed with. 

It took me some practice to get better at drawing rectangles and squares and whatnot. Anyways, here’s a special **out of town** window drawing. 

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Vancouver Police Department building, south side

I’ve mostly moved my Internet life over to this blog. Come visit.

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I draw lots of windows on Broadway because I spend an hour or two on the B-line every day.

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It will forever bother me that I didn’t record this address. 

what else but windows?

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