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3:44am 11-08-2015
Peter Claesson
My name is Peter Claesson, Director of “Art For All In The World”, a non-profit organization that is giving new life to cities across the globe through public art. We take world-famous street artists into underserved communities and, together with local teams, create vibrant murals and sculptures that promote lasting change.

We are making art and culture accessible to everyone in a radically inclusive way, leaving communities with an image, message and the initiative to make their own improvements while shining a light on the work of talented artists. By working hand-in-hand with the communities, we create art that not only beautifies and inspires, but also makes a tangible difference, spurring further investment within the community and surrounding areas.

This December, Art For All In The World is launching a campaign called “Walls Of The World”. Artists like you will transform one of 100 walls around the world, culminating in an event where we will project the 100 walls together on a giant surface at a strategic location, to be determined. People will be able to see the walls before and after, along with the name of each artist who participates.

Where to Paint? Artists are encouraged to paint wherever they can obtain permission. However if it’s difficult to get permission, a good alternative would be on school walls to add vibrancy and to the atmosphere or in hospitals where a colorful environment can add to the healing process of the patients. Elderly homes or train stations. Of course, this would also require permission.

Why Walls of the World? December 5 is the International Day of Volunteering and we would like to encourage you to participate in honor of this day. We are also creating a large network of mural artists from around the world to network and interchange ideas, techniques and connections. As an offshoot of this project, we are launching other creative initiatives that will take place around the world in 2016.

When? The start date to paint for Walls of the World is determined by the artist with a deadline of December 3, 2015. We are expecting photographs of the painting process and videos if possible. We ask that you send the before and after of the wall and especially, the work-in-progress which adds greater depth to the story of your mural.

How? At your location, the artists must supply their own paint and brushes, spray, or sculpture material. In past projects, we invited the artists to participate in the mural festivals and would pay all the costs, including a vibrant program for the evenings and visit of tourism attractions. In the near future we will hire a group of artists to go around the world, contingent on donor sponsors.

What is the theme of the mural? Right now there are too many environmental and political conflicts and killings around the world. Our response has to be a positive message for change. We have a global reforestation initiative that is being launched as an agent for change. If you feel inspired to paint a message related to the power of nature to heal communities and the environment, please consider this topic. Alternatively, it is important for the artist to communicate a visual that will inspire peace on our planet and this would be your creative challenge.
I hope that you will be able to participate. If you decide to, please send us, by 20 November, the following: Your name, email address, country and a photograph (in digital form) of the wall you will be painting. Here is the email address for Walls of the World:
Best regards,

11:45am 08-04-2015
Dear Winnie,
Thank you very much for visiting the show and your warm message! :-)
Best regards,
2:08pm 07-29-2015
Winnie Yu
Saw your artwork in the current exhibition in Shatin Heritage Museum. I fell in love with it rightaway. Please keep your creative juices flowing, I will be watching out for more and greater work from you in the future.
10:21pm 07-10-2015
Hello Peter,
Thank you for visiting my website! Nice to meet you~
Best wishes,
1:58am 07-10-2015
Peter Ignatius
Hello from San Francisco. Your sister, Queenie, is my dental hygienist. I had an appointment today with her and she told me that you were an artist. Just looked at your site with my wife. We both like your work very much. I am artist also and my wife is a graphic designer (and cat lover as you must be be after looking at your instagram page). At any rate, very impressed with your work.
10:21pm 04-25-2015
Dear Haide,

Thank you for your message! I'll participate in a group show in June. will post exhibition detail later

10:33am 04-21-2015
Hello Ka Yin,
I really like your work, would love to know when and where your next exhibition in Hong Kong will be.

7:38pm 03-31-2015
akanksha krishnani

Hope you are doing well.

I am writing to you on behalf of Team Art Throng.

We are launching an online portal for contemporary art from Asia- pacific and the Middle-East, where we are working on connecting contemporary and modern art to the world at the click of a button.

We are an online platform featuring artworks from more than 1000 emerging and established artists from across Asia –Pacific and Middle - East showcasing around more than 10,000 works ,we only intend to increase the Art-throng network within 6 months of its launch.

Partnering with the leading museums, art fairs, we also bring forth art features where we want to introduce art education for a layman and enhance it for a connoisseur.

We have been following your work for a while and would absolutely love to have you on board with us for our launch with the 'First 50 hand-picked artists' please find the attached Art Throng Pdf, which explains everything you need to know about us along with an artist profile form.

We are slated to go live in April, and we have a heavy marketing promo planned hence we are selecting only 50 artists from all over Asia-Pacific and the Middle-East for our launch.

If you have any queries, please do let us know.

Looking forward to hear form you,

Akanksha Krishnani
Art Throng
9/2 RK soc,
Juhu Scheme,
Instagram :
Twitter (WIP)
10:05pm 12-27-2014
Hi Claire, thanks for your message! This is my email:

Best regards,
9:39pm 12-24-2014
I am really interested in your work. I work for a Paris based association called Maison Bleu Studio. We are looking for artist applications for our exhibition in Paris. Can i have a contact in order to send you more information?

11:08pm 03-22-2014
Leung Ka Yin
Hi Leung Ka Yin,

I saw some of your work on Your work is great!

I am a part of a Hong Kong website that just launched this week. The website is a tool for local Asian artists to display their art, and make money.

Artists submit their work to the website, the community votes on it, and the winners win cash prizes and their designs are printed on to clothing. The designers will also receive life time royalties on their winning designs, and will be featured on the site. I think your designs would do really well in the vote.

Voting starts April 1st!

1) Designers keep all intellectual property associated with their submitted designs.
2) Cash prizes range up to $500 USD
3) Royalties range up to 15% on winning designs

Leung Ka Yin

Questions? Feel free to contact us
10:33am 02-27-2014
Dear J.L.
Thanks for your message! I do what I want to do, not considering the market when I make my artworks. Yes, I'll keep developing my works and try more things. Will keep your words in mind to remind myself
4:25pm 02-25-2014
Don't formulate your painting. Find some more angles out of the commercial market. You must archieve another peak.
9:30am 12-01-2013
Julianne Abrigo
Hi Joey! I am a student at Drake University. For my modern art in China class, I needed to pick an artist and focus on their work and write a paper about it. I was wondering if you could answer a few questions for me. I am focusing on two of your paintings. One of them is Late Rabbit. I was wondering what your inspiration was for using fairy tales as a base for this series of paintings? Also, what is the significance of the legs in this particular painting or in general? I notice them a lot in your work. Also, what is your message to the audience using women as a base in nature or when you paint women in nature. It seems as though they make up the nature around them. I would love to get your input. Thank you so much!

You can reach me at:
10:53pm 05-14-2013
Hi Yo,

If you didn't get my email, pls kindly email me to
Thank you!

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