A fake cactus made from a blowfish, groups of plants that stand for other people at parties – there’s a lot to Trevor Yeung’s artwork, if you care to look close enough. Photo: SCMP A fake cactus made from a blowfish, groups of plants that stand for other people at parties – there’s a lot to Trevor Yeung’s artwork, if you care to look close enough. Photo: SCMP
A fake cactus made from a blowfish, groups of plants that stand for other people at parties – there’s a lot to Trevor Yeung’s artwork, if you care to look close enough. Photo: SCMP

An artist’s love of plants helps him cope with anxiety: in his art, butterfly palms and Venus flytraps stand in lieu of people and challenging relationships

  • Trevor Yeung uses his work to channel his struggles in connecting with his fellow humans, whether at art industry parties or in his personal relationships
  • Some of his work can be seen as part of the group exhibition ‘Anonymous Society for Magick’ at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

Topic |   Art
A fake cactus made from a blowfish, groups of plants that stand for other people at parties – there’s a lot to Trevor Yeung’s artwork, if you care to look close enough. Photo: SCMP A fake cactus made from a blowfish, groups of plants that stand for other people at parties – there’s a lot to Trevor Yeung’s artwork, if you care to look close enough. Photo: SCMP
A fake cactus made from a blowfish, groups of plants that stand for other people at parties – there’s a lot to Trevor Yeung’s artwork, if you care to look close enough. Photo: SCMP
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