2013 Charity Project

Living Treasures

With the coming Chinese New Year, we are pleased to announce a sequel to last year’s highly successful lai see fund-raising project. This year, we are introducing four exclusive new designs honoring our city’s “living treasures” – the disadvantaged elderly whose vital contributions to Hong Kong and its development have all too often been overlooked in the rush to modern prosperity.

We are inviting you to support this project, by ordering sets of lai see packets, exclusively designed by LTD. All proceeds from orders will again be donated to SoCO (Society for Community Organization).


A fun- and food-filled evening

SoCO (Society for Community Organization) allocated a small portion of the funds raised (in total more than HK$50,000) by LTD's "Lai See" design charity project to provide a fun- and food-filled evening for low-income families and homeless individuals in the West Kowloon area. The event was held on February 7th at Shek Kip Mei Community Hall.


Home is where the heart is

Invite those without a home into your heart.

LTD has launched our first charity project, dedicated to those who will be spending New Year’s alone and without the comforts of home.

We are inviting you to support this project, by ordering sets of lai see packets, exclusively designed by LTD. All proceeds from orders will be donated to SoCO (Society for Community Organization), which assists people living in Hong Kong’s infamous “cage homes” and the homeless.

A set of eight with four design, limited edition of 250 packs


ON 'A City Driven by Design"

While the idea of a design year is commendable, the parties involved should take this opportunity to openly discuss issues which are critical to the development of the design profession in Hong Kong. Chief among these are the age-old problem of speculative or "free" pitches (which devalue design and destroy rather than create value); the tendency of companies and organizations to ignore designers' intellectual property rights.


The Hong Kong Golf Club Website

LTD created an all-new, fully interactive website for The Hong Kong Golf Club, founded in 1889 and one of the world's premier golfing complexes.

More details at ltdhk.com


We are hiring

LTD (www.ltdhk.com) is looking for a designer with the talent and commitment to solidly assist our team across the range of our studio’s projects.

We are one of Hong Kong's most respected graphic design studios, with a track record in developing creative communications solutions for blue chip corporations, major retail brands, financial institutions, publishers, hotels and restaurants. Known for our extremely high visual communication standards and professional integrity, we provide clients with creatively robust solutions to their communications problems. Our work spans brand identity, corporate literature, Web site design, environmental graphics and product design.

Requirements :
• Proven track record of at least two years of studio/agency experience
• Proven educational background in graphic design, fine arts and the arts.
• Solid understanding of typography.
• Ability to visualize concepts with good drawing skills.
• Fluency in spoken and written English and Chinese.
• Web design skills and programming knowledge.

Interested parties please email your CV to careers@ltdhk.com

Qualification : University / College Degree
Years Experience : 2 to 3 Years
Job Category : Graphic Design, Branding
Job Type : Full Time Permanent / Project Base
Salary : Negotiable


The last day of ferry from Hung Hom

As a Hung Hom residents, I'm surely disappointed to see this slow-paced, old-fashioned and romantic habour crossing vehicle gone. I took ferry to work everyday until today and that 15 minutes on board had been one of the mood setting moment of the day, catching the breeze and the smell of the sea.

Also gone are some old-schooled stenciled type.

I thought they would have thrown a party to farewell this long-servicing pier; Instead, it just vanished quietly, with just a few more people taking pictures

by Vince


Wishing you a happy and healthy year of the Rabbit

In keeping with today's spirit of recycling, and noting how quickly twelve years have flown by, we're pleased to re-send our previous Year of the Rabbit e-card (vintage 1999). The card was one in our series of annually anticipated Chinese New Year's cards featuring first Jinx (who lived to the ripe age of 18) and subsequently Katz, who is 12.  Kung hei!

Please click below to see our past cards: