Monday, December 16, 2013

Kaput x Kaid Ashton Tee's

Kaput and I have 3 different limited edition shirts available now! 
$30 each, plus $5 shipping. Please email me if you are interested. S-XL. Thank you for the support!!!
1. Iran Collab
2. Breakfast in Manila Poloraid 
3. Wacky Tupaky

Monday, December 2, 2013


This Saturday, December 7th, Kaput and I will be exhibiting our 11 collaborative pieces that we have been working on for the past year. Limited edition shirts, sticker and button packs will be available at Catalog Gallery in Vancouver. 

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Kaid Ashton x Kaput: It's a Wacky World

Kaput and I are having an art show December 7th in Vancouver at the Catalog Gallery. 11 collaborative pieces, limited edition shirts and good times.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

City Lines Video

Kaidashton x Factor - City Lines just dropped today on YouTube ... The video was filmed in Hong Kong, Manila, Sri Lanka and Egypt over a 5 month period by Kaid Ashton. Beat by Factor... Check it out!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Out to Dry

From the top of buildings that stretch over 50 stories to a first floor walk-up above a hair salon, residents of Hong Kong find innovative ways to maximize their living quarters and at the same time dry their clothes. Since the city has the most expensive real estate in the world with prices climbing to over $10,000 per square foot, space is precious and people must get creative to utilize the areas they live in. 

Thursday, May 30, 2013

New Heights

In trying to capture the density of Hong Kong at eye level, I found myself climbing up to the top of buildings to find a more interesting vantage point. Many of these buildings have a code on the door, so waiting for the door to swing open, sticking your foot in the door and sneaking in is essential. Once inside the buildings, giving a confident nod to the security officer and quickly racing up the steps to the rooftop is also paramount to gain access to these heights. Looking down on Hong Kong provides an unique perspective on this vertical metropolis and also gives an idea of how a tightly packed city operates on a day to day basis.