Medium: Digital - Risograph Print.
Size: 27x40 cm.
Country: Saigon, Vietnam.
Year: 2020.

︎ ︎ Ho ly tinh, described in many Oriental legends, often disguises herself as a beautiful woman to seduce boys, and devours their livers or hearts. Today, the term indicates home-wreckers.

Hù by KhoMuc

Hù Project takes theme of Hunger Ghost Month (a.k.a Oriental Halloween). The piece is one of 44 illustrations, finalised down from 110 entries from Vietnamese creative pool. 

︎︎︎ https://www.khomuc.me/the-artists

*credit: www.khomuc.me

Exhibition: Di dem co ngay gap ma

Staying true to its spooky theme, a darkroom exhibition celebrates Hungry Ghost festival (during 7th Lunar month calendar) by featuring 44 ghost drawings. The exhibition shows an interesting experience with Risograph techniques in fluorescence. 

Date: 10am - 6 pm, 10 - 20 September, 2020.
Venue:  KhoMuc Studio, 58/12 Pham Ngoc Thach, Ward 6, Third District, Saigon, Vietnam.

*credit: Simon Phan (KhoMuc Studio)

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