Nostalgic Hong Kong Sticker Pack
A little bag of nostalgic sentiments to cure my home sickness.
50mm x 50mm
Printed on prismatic and glitter effect stickers
Clear plastic packaging
These items Carrie has selected to show on the stickers, each represents an aspect of a Hong Konger’s identity, at least to Carrie personally.
Camel Vacuum Flasks, is one of the most iconic made in Hong Kong brands that weas established in the 1940’s. Locals used to rely on these flasks to keep things warm or cold for a long period of time.
Plastic watermelon balls were very iconic for people who grew up in Hong Kong around the 1960’s to 1970’s because it was very affordable. It was first made by ‘the king of injection moulding’ Chiang Chen in 1969.
Rice cookers were a symbol of modern lifestyle in the territory around the late 1950’s to 1960’s.
Yeung Gwong(Sunshine), formerly known as Hi-C, is a beverage company owned by the coca-cola company, founded in 1984.
We hope you enjoy looking at them as much as Carrie does as they are SHINY!!
Carrie Maxwell, from Hong Kong, a London based graphic designer and Chelsea College of Arts Graduate. Her work is imbued with unwavering passion for analogue and digital design, including hints of humorous overtones or blunt comedic elements, she strives to transmit positivity through her creations.