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In collaboration with various local artists, who inject their creativity into butterfly conservation through art, the beauty of butterflies is revealed. People are led into the vibrant world of these flying gems.

2017 – Butterfly X Street Art Butterflies Fluttering All Over the City
  • Six local artists and art groups – illustrator Ah Leung, artist Stanley Yung, visual artist Violet Shum, handcrafter La Belle Époque, art group Art Dreamer and &dear – joined hands and mobilised the community to join together to transform streets of Wan Chai and Causeway Bay into a “Butterfly Garden”. A multitude of vivid butterfly images were featured in wall paintings, staircase paintings, yarn bombing and installation art.

2016 – Junk Wood‧Upcycling Butterfly‧Beautiful Metamorphosis
  • Renowned local wood sculpture artist, Mr. Wong Tin Yan, upcycled junk wood to create large butterfly and caterpillar artworks to showcase the beautiful process of metamorphosis. Butterfly caterpillars are none too attractive in most people's eyes, and are often neglected like discarded wood. Yet, they will amaze you after turning into pupae, and then emerging from them! Junk wood may also become a highly cherished artwork in an artist's hands.

2015 – Three Thousand Vivid Glass Butterflies Glittering in the City
  • Renowned local glass artist Mr. Wong Kwok Chung created 3,714 glass butterfly artworks from waste glass, to celebrate the third anniversary of “7.14 We Love Butterflies Day”. Every single glass butterfly was handmade and unique. After the exhibition, participants of “Bring Me Home” took the glass butterflies home, thus spreading the message of butterfly care all around the city.

2014 – BUTTERFLY x Chocolate Rain
  • Prudence Mak, a well-known local designer and the Creative Director of “Chocolate Rain”, transformed the brand’s icon, Fatina, into a butterfly flying across Hong Kong – the "Butterfly Heaven", to promote local butterfly conservation. Citizens joined Fatina to explore the six butterfly watching routes, and together create a butterfly map of Hong Kong.