Over 600 dogs and their owners gathered at Link’s Stanley Plaza to attempt a new Guinness World RecordTM for the “Longest line of photo cut-out boards” with a 300m painting collage, while showcasing doggies’ artistic flair throughout the event.
Over 600 dog owners and doggies were indulged in selfies to capture the best moment for their creation of the photo cut-out boards.
Queueing up for Catch the Breeze with doggie to enjoy the replicated breeze experience on a car installation art, there were full of funny doggie faces along the queue.
Over 100 doggie participated in the Doggie Challenge session to complete some “artistic” tasks with their masters.
99bus were arranged from different districts to give a ride for doggie and their masters to Stanley Plaza.
Link’s Stanley Plaza proudly presents Hong Kong’s first-ever doggies art exhibition in Paws by the Sea 2017, a refreshing artistic event to promote caring for doggies and enhance the bond between dog owners and their canine companions. Participated by over 600 dog owners and their doggies, the much-anticipated annual pet event was highlighted by a new Guinness World RecordTM attempt for a new record of the “Longest line of photo cut-out boards” featuring a 300m-long painting collage, and marking the sixth world record set at Stanley Plaza. Commemorative certificates of appreciation were presented to all participants after the challenge.
Extending the artistic atmosphere across Link’s Stanley Plaza, an exhibition of doggies’ visual spectrum depictions is held from now till 26 March, where doggies and their owners can appreciate the spectrums painted in binary colours of yellow, blue, indigo and purple by emerging local artists Carol Lee, Gigi Lee, Joey Lau, Tracy Tong and Valerie Lau. The "ARCHITECTURE FOR DOGS" Exhibition, curated by Kenya Hara, renowned Japanese designer and Art Director of MUJI, also makes its Hong Kong debut at Link’s Stanley Plaza for the city’s dog lovers to appreciate “The Art of Living” closely.