North Point might not be the first place you'd go in Hong Kong for street art, but from January till mid-May 2019, the neighbourhood is getting an injection of colour courtesy of London-based French artist and designer, Camille Walala.
Known for her "tribal pop art" of bold graphics and coloured patterns, Camille is heavily inspired by the '80s design movement known as Memphis.
Since designing the interiors of a nightclub in East London as her first project, she's applied her playful designs to buildings in London, New York, Mauritius, Melbourne, Tanzania and now, Hong Kong.
Camille first visited Hong Kong in 2014 for a project with Lane Crawford, and now she's working on a 54-metre long mural for WORFU, a shopping arcade formerly known as Provident Square in North Point.
In a new series called 'First Person', Camille tells us (in her own words) more about the WORFU project and shows us her progress so far: