Joshua Smith and his model of 23 Temple Street, Hong Kong made without ever seeing the building. Photo: Andrew Beveridge/ASBcreative.com

That viral Hong Kong miniatures artist, Joshua Smith, is coming at last to see city for real, and show new stuff in street art exhibition

Streets of Hong Kong will showcase new miniatures by Smith, whose realistic scale model of a city block made from online images was an internet hit, and works from urban artists such as the King of Kowloon, Saut Wais and Xeme

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Joshua Smith and his model of 23 Temple Street, Hong Kong made without ever seeing the building. Photo: Andrew Beveridge/ASBcreative.com
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Richard Lord

Richard Lord

Richard is a Hong Kong-based freelance journalist who writes about a broad range of subjects, but with a focus on the arts and culture. He has been an editor at the Wall Street Journal, editorial director of Haymarket Publishing Asia and the editor of a weekly business magazine in his native UK. A graduate of Oxford University, he is also the author of a successful business book and a former stand-up comedian, the latter of which he wasn’t very good at.