G.O.D. Prints Up Hong Kong

By Butterboom Writers  /  October 29, 2008

Fantastic Hong Kong prints go on everything at Goods of Desire.


G.O.D. keeps making cool stuff that we just love to share. It seems only Goods of Desire continue to pump out iconic Hong Kong stuff (even if its cheeky or gets them arrested) but this new Prints of Hong Kong’s People and Places should keep trouble away and make you look hip and stylish especially when thinking about gifts for overseas friends or friends who have left Hong Kong after a long stay.

These new patters have distinct characteristics of different Hong Kong districts that have sadly disappeared with the modernization of the city, so the team at G.O.D. wants to iconify the classic Tsim Sha Tsui, Aberdeen, Cheung Chau and more in a series of cool prints that they have applied to tote bags (HK$180-190), boxers (HK$85-95), aprons (HK$180), purses (HK$100), pencil cases (HK$130), door curtain (HK$180) and even a buckwheat pillow (HK$240).

Click below to get a close up shot of each of the 6 pattern designs:


Goods of Desire locations in Hong Kong

  • Silvercord Mall, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Leighton Centre, Causeway Bay
  • 48 Hollywood Road, Central
  • Delay No Mall flagship at 68 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay

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