Two French graphic designers have brought their vision of the world and childhood memories to Hong Kong. Antoine Audiau and Manuel Warosz are well known for using vivid colours and fantasy shapes to depict a world of dreams and the surreal. A selection of their drawings, graphics and print works are being shown from now until February at the exhibition 'Antoine+Manuel Graphic Village' at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. The displays have been divided into sections in differently themed areas. For example, illustrations and logos the designers have created for advertising and commercial purposes are on display in a printing room, while their works based on Greek and Roman themes are shown in a chapel. Warosz says the exhibition is not particularly targeted at specialists or designers, but rather something for children and families to enjoy. 'Actually it's for people from all walks of life,' says Warosz. 'By [seeing] the exhibits, people would feel they are returning to their childhood, with all the fond memories coming back, and would see things in a new light.' He says people can leave their worries and concerns of the outside world behind for a moment and enter a fun-filled world that allows them to submerge in their imaginatio, feeling like a child again. Organised jointly by the designers and Hong Kong Design Centre, and curated by Les Arts Decoratifs in France, the exhibition is a partnership project of the Hong Kong Heritage Museum of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, and is supported by the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macau. It is open to the public until February 15.