YIP Wong Ting expresses her thoughts by creating comics and illustrations. She incorporates literatures and philosophical thinking in her artworks, and she believes illustrations and comics are the tools that help connect herself to the world. Her biggest motivation for creating is to balance herself among all the uncertain factors in life. She thinks that our contemporary world is unpredictable, and she hopes people can find a gleam of peace and freedom in her artwork.
21 × 14 cm
'Black mud, white stone, reflective water' is a pithy phrase for distinguishing obstacles of mountain roads on night hikes. Black for the mud, white for the stone and the reflective water for the little ponds on the ground.
'Even though the appearance of objects cannot be seen under night sky, the nature of them never change.'