We put the style of the King of Kowloon into the phone case to preserve and commemorate the history of Hong Kong.
Tsang Tsou Choi (November 12, 1921 - July 15, 2007), known as "King of Kowloon".He was a street graffiti artist in Hong Kong. His graffiti writing was written in Chinese characters. The graffiti is about him and his family, the "declaration" and "sovereignty" of Kowloon. His works were found in various districts of Kowloon including Kwun Tong, Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry, Ping Shek Village, Tsui Ping Village, etc., as well as Central and Western District on Hong Kong Island. His handwriting has become a memory of Hong Kong people, but now there are very few works left.
- Slim and light design
- The size and placement of the graphic on the case may be varied due to different phone specifications.
There will be 3-14 days to prepare, package, and put it in the mail (Surface mail). All Pictures shown are for illustration purposes only. The actual product may vary due to product enhancement. This is not the original work of the "King of Kowloon".