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We are open to creative collaborations and suggestions, write to us if you have any ideas.

what we do
mmmmor develops and designs communication solutions for analogue and digital media. We work proficiently with multi-language, including English, German and Chinese.

Art Direction
Brand Identity Design
Book Design
Exhibition Design & Production
Book Binding
Photography & Videography
Printing Consultation
our name
mmmmor, is a short form of ‘miimiimormor’.

mii-mii-mor-mor is a Hongkongese idiom for describing the conditions of one being slowly or even dilly-dally. It seemingly sounds negative, yet we do believe delicate works take time; slowness, in German — ‘Langsamkeit’, the pause, can be a powerful asset in the contemporary world.
who we are
mmmmor studio was co-founded by artist duo Lai Ping SO and Wai Lun HSU. Since 2013, they work extensively as a collective on artistic projects, as well as develop art and design solutions. Their works often encompass moving images, artist books, silkscreen printing and hand-crafted binding. Educational institutes, cultural organisations, book publishers and individual artists are their collabrating partners.

at BOOKED Art Book Fair 2021
Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong

Lai Ping SO

Lai Ping (b. 1988, Hong Kong), Visual Artist and Art Educator, has been constantly engaged in Book Design and Typography after receiving her Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2011. She holds a Master of Gutenberg Intermedia from the Hochschule Mainz, Germany since 2017.

Her works revolve around questions of visual language and text. Languages and the artistic traditions of different cultures are both the inspiration and the content of her artistic work.

For half a year, she was trained in a German professional bookbindery, Buchbinderei Mergemeier Düsseldorf.

Wai Lun HSU

Wai Lun (b. 1989, Hong Kong), Visual and Sound Artist, received his Master Degree in Artistic Research at Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK), The Netherlands in July 2018. 

He has a great interest in moving images and sound art. Right after his graduation from the Hong Kong Baptist University with a Visual Arts Bachelor Degree in 2012, he was invited by Fabrik Gallery Hong Kong to hold a solo exhibition for his video work ‘Breathe’.

Wai Lun’s artistic practices seek to react on precarious social and historical moments, in relation with the loss of personal language, history and identity.

Wai Lun’s Personal Website ︎︎

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