《雨傘見聞錄》

"Umbrella Chronicle"

 

名稱:雨傘見聞錄

插畫:Simon Chow

文字:梁譽齡

格式:精裝/300頁/21x27cm

定價:$238

出版:美藝畫報社

日期:30/11/2015

類別:政治/社運/繪本

ISBN:978-988-14730-2-8

訂購編號:AP04

 

Title:Umbrella Chronicle

Illustration:Simon Chow

Text & Editorial:Benedict Leung

Format:Hardback/ 300 pages / 21x27cm 

Price:$238

Publihser:Artiquette Press

Date:30/11/2015

Genre:social movement/picture book

ISBN:978-988-14730-2-8

Code:AP04

* 附全書文字英語翻譯小冊

A booklet of English translation of the text is included.

2014年,香港,一個又一個佔領區,我們一起靜坐,一起在馬路上渡過一個又一個追求民主自由的日與夜。

<作品簡介>

 

2014年的雨傘革命結束後,金鐘佔領區的免費村報《夏慤村聲》與Simon Chow合作,花了一年時間,創作了這本書《雨傘見聞錄》,透過248幅黑白單線畫,描繪整個雨傘革命的歴史:從佔中三子發表佔領中環的概念,到雨傘革命的爆發,到佔領結束後的相關事件,期間在四個佔領區發生的大小事件、地點、人物。雨傘革命是一生難忘的經歷,是當時香港最重要的一段歷史,打開一把雨傘,就是打開一個新香港。

作者Simon Chow受雨傘革命影響而開始繪畫,這是他第一次公開發表作品。

<作者簡介>

 

Simon Chow
土生土長香港人,七十後天秤座。有輕度智障和自閉特色人士。童年,繪畫是興趣;現在,繪畫是溝通。經歷過928催淚彈的洗禮後,希望透過繪畫記錄香港的大時代。

< About the book > 

When the Umbrella Revolution ended in 2014, the free community paper distributed at the occupation zone, Harcourt Village Voice, collaborated with Simon Chow to create Umbrella Chronicle in a year, depicting the entire history of the Umbrella Revolution with 248 black and white line drawings. From the “Occupy Trio” announcing their concepts of Occupy Central and the breakout of the Umbrella Revolution, to the incidents following the occupation, big and small, at different locations with different people in the four occupation zones. The Umbrella Revolution is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, it was the most important historical event of Hong Kong at the time. Opening up this umbrella is to open up a new Hong Kong. 

Simon Chow started drawing because of the Umbrella Revolution, this is the first time he published his work. 

< About the artist > 

Simon Chow

Born and raised in Hong Kong, a Libra born in the 70’s. A person with mild mental retardation and autistic characteristics. In his childhood, drawing was a hobby; now, it is his means of communication. After experiencing the first tear gases on 28 September 2014, he hoped to document an epoch in the history of Hong Kong. 

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