What do you do?
STICKYLINE does distinctive, large-scale sculptures of the polyhedra mask the creative engineering, mathematics and geometric structural complexity of its genesis. By using paper and metal , we create minimalist aesthetics, durability, simplicity in shapes, combined with technologies in kinetic, sound and light to enhance the experience in art installations, site-specific projects and private commissions.

How did it start?
In 2011, Mic Leong and Soilworm Lai established STICKYLINE by coincidence, and participated in the activities of the Hong Kong Design Centre. At first, it was just for fun, but then it got out of hand, and we met a lot of interesting people and things. Thank you for everyone who let us get to where we are today.

What’s your dream?
Our dream is to continue to create and participate in more and more interesting projects, not only limited to the existing model.

What is the most difficult part?
Fortunate that we have a good team and the help of friends. there is no the most difficult part. Of course, there are always some problems and challenges.

What keeps you going?
We like what we are doing, we enjoy with it. Working with different talented people is a happy thing. Being able to share our creations is what keeps us going.

Can you tell us about one of your projects?
ON/OFF is one of our favorite projects, a large-scale interactive installation about light pollution and data visualization. It is also our first work that uses data to generate sculptural appearance. In other words, it is a creation determined by objective factors, and we just present it.

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Origin of company

Hong Kong