Henry Steiner’s Hong Kong: Join Our Book Launch Event on 20 June!

Join Henry Steiner’s Hong Kong co-author Billy Potts at our book launch talks!

Discover our first Zolima Culture Guide: Henry Steiner’s Hong Kong.

Co-author Billy Potts will be talking with some of Hong Kong’s leading experts in design and brand identity on how Henry Steiner’s work has contributed to Hong Kong’s own branding and graphic visual legacy over the last 60 years.


Bookazine Social (English)

Billy Potts with Marisa Yiu
Date: 20 June 2024
Time : 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Venue: Bookazine Social, Shop G07, Block 3, G/F, Parade Ground, Tai Kwun, Central

Billy Potts is a Hong Kong-born writer and designer. His writing for Zolima CityMag explores the city’s hidden stories and design heritage, including traditional crafts, calligraphy and more. Potts’ in-depth design and research study on defunct and abandoned signage, Hong Kong Ghost Signs, has been backed by both the Design Trust and Lord Wilson Heritage Trust. Through his design studio Handsome Co., Potts has worked on projects involving Hong Kong’s iconic trams, the classic Camel flask and other renowned local brands including Cathay Pacific, Ascot Chang and more.

Marisa Yiu is the Co-founder and Executive Director/Lead Curator of Design Trust, an initiative of the registered charity Hong Kong Ambassadors of Design that supports design and research projects in Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area within an international context. An architect and Founding partner of Eskyiu, Marisa continues to dedicate her career to advocating for the value of design in shaping cities, education and cultural programming.

The talk at Eslite Bookstore (Cantonese) on June 21 has been rescheduled to Friday 26 July, 2024. More details available soon. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused. 
Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Venue: Eslite Forum, 9/F, Hysan Place, Causeway Bay
Language: Cantonese


Zolima Culture Guide, Vol. 1
Henry Steiner’s Hong Kong
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