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Following his wildly successful Hong Kong debut last year, illustrator Joan Cornellà has returned to the city for another solo show. For his new exhibition, the Barcelona-born artist created “Hong Kong-themed” work, drawing inspiration from his time in the city.

Cornellà is known for his often unsettling satirical and dark humor, and as you can see from the images above, his latest work is no different. The exhibition features a total of 38 new and unexhibited pieces, alongside limited prints and new merch available for the public to purchase.

The exhibition runs until May 21 at Gallery 27.

In other news, watch this Korean artist balance bicycles, bottles, and a person on thin air.

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