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Tai Kwun Store

Location |
Shop 03-G06
Opening Hours |

11am-8pm

Product Inspiration

Inspired by the materials, textures and shapes of the Central Police Station compound, the Tai Kwun Store collection presents an array of everyday basics which are made of carefully chosen materials and which reference the colours of the site’s architectural features.

Playful and minimalist, Tai Kwun products let visitors savour and relive their experience at home.

Highlighted Products

Travel Mahjong City Collection
Karen Aruba’s “A Mahjong Story”, especially the Travel Mahjong City Collection features the traditional Hong Kong mahjong tiles adorned with hand-carved modern art motifs. Both preserving an ancient skill and introducing a new generation of artists. new talents.

$138-388

Old Text Book Postcard
An old textbook collector, Lau Chi Chung is passionate about Hong Kong’s history and culture. His latest creation, a series of old textbook-inspired postcards, references the illustrative style of many textbooks from his collection while featuring new content and a fresh composition. Injected with unique Riso colours and populated with current slangs and sayings, the result is a brand new postcard style. As production is done in Lau’s old textbook studio in San Po Kong, this postcard collection is 100% made-in-Hong Kong.

$20-150

“I Love Hong Kong” Series Keychain
The series of keychains are inspired by local culture from street food, iconic transportation to Cantonese Opera, bringing you a taste of old and present Hong Kong through illustrations.

$52

Tai Kwun’s Public Art Collection

Tai Kwun Contemporary has commissioned five local and international artists to create public artworks for Tai Kwun. Inspired by these the Tai Kwun store offers some limited collectible items. Bring them home now!

The Japanese artist Izumi Kato (b.1969) depicts human-like creatures that probe real or imagined sources of life. Available for the first time—exclusively for Tai Kwun—as a transparent coloured figurine, this vinyl doll references Kato’s iconic and limited "soft vinyl figurine" series which he began in 2010 and further contributed to his signature soft vinyl sculptures. The figurines refer to Kato’s ongoing experiments with materiality as a volatile element. Their significance lies in their pulsating yet contemplative existence, which subtly evolves beyond process and creation to attain a spirit of their own.