My Hong Kong Brolly - Red
The red umbrella "My Hong Kong Brolly" - a design made up of lots of iconic Hong Kong images in a joyful collage - comes in both traditional stick form and as a small folding umbrella (available from March 2016).
Both these umbrellas, designed by Lorette, have eight hand printed, silk-screened panels; two designs on each brolly, on alternate panels.Lorette's Umbrellas are made for her by UMBREX, the Hong Kong renowned family business that has been making quality brollies for decades.
Measurement: Folded Length: 24 cm. 9 1/2 in. (Strap:14 cm. 5 1/2 in)
Open Length: 52 cm. 20 in. Open Diameter: 92 cm. 36 in.
COLOUR HONG KONG!
Lorette E. Roberts (A4 Landscape with high quality paper). The spiral binding allows it to lie flat.
Lorette invites us to use the book as a sketchbook, scrapbook or travelogue and provides - alongside her own images - guidelines/tips on sketching.
The book is divided into sections, indicated by coloured strips on the edge of each right hand page. These sections include: Chinese New Year, Celebrations, Traditional Hong Kong, Nature (of course!) and ships.
Not just another book about Hong Kong- with its delightful and colourful sketches and paintings, it aids and abets the current craze to “colour something in”!
Colours & Characters of China
Second Edition 2016, containing 88 pages which have been revised and edited to include many new illustrations.
A4 hardback, Landscape book. Some black and white but mainly colourful sketches of Chinaʼs people and places, all created by U. K. artist Lorette E. Roberts following her many visits. Her watercolour sketches capture many famous sights such as the Terracotta Warriors, the Great Wall and the Forbidden City but also records much of the magic of life, buildings and images of China.
304mm x 217mm
SIGHTS AND SECRETS of HONG KONG
Sketches, and paintings and comments by Lorette E. Roberts (A4 size – landscape) -This book provides a perfect momento of Hong Kong for residents and visitors alike
and is now in its second edition. It contains 78 pages with three fold out sheets.
“…This is surely the Christmas present of the year…” (Asia Review of Books)
“… the kind of book that could singlehandedly revive tourism…” (South China Morning Post)
“…You have to touch it to be sure you’re not looking at the original.” (Asia Review of Books).