Hong Kong photographer Edas Wong is having a lot of fun on the streets of his city, finding a fascination in the everyday, the mundane if you will. When things line up perfectly or match just right, he captures it on camera to turn it into art.
His shots are playful, clever, and intriguing, bringing the foreground and background together when things are accidentally, perfectly timed. Wong's work has earned him a plethora of awards but when he speaks of himself and his work, he really sounds like a humble and interesting person:
"I am a day-dreamer and love imagination. Street photography is an excellent media to express my crotchets. There are many surreal scenes which happen around us. What I need are just “go outside”, “stop playing smartphone”, observe” and then “click”. It is rather simple."