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The Everyday Justice Collection

Equal Justice x Sophia Hotung

Bridging Hong Kong's justice gap through art
EJ Square
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Scales Vendor




Each print comes signed, numbered, and with a certificate of authenticity.

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Pick an edition and size

Original Print

1 edition

59.4 x 84.1 cm


Auction starts at HK $18,000 on 30 November

Gallery Print

8 editions

42 x 59.4 cm

HK $8,888

Square Print

25 editions

25 x 25 cm

HK $888

The Project

Created exclusively for Equal Justice by local illustrator Sophia Hotung, the Everyday Justice collection depicts businesswomen in Yau Ma Tei and Stanley and supports the impactful work of Equal Justice in the less privileged local communities of Hong Kong. 
The Everyday Justice Collection features 3 artworks:

Scales Vendor 利和秤號

Greengrocer 菜檔

Florist 花店

50% of profits go towards to Equal Justice, enabling the charity to continue and further expand their work in helping disadvantaged people get the legal help they need. Another 20% benefits the Pangolin Fund, which donates and subsidises artistic projects with registered charities across Hong Kong.

“It may seem frivolous, but art is a high-value asset for business development, fundraising, and brand recognition. I wanted to create custom artwork for Equal Justice that could add indefinite and versatile value. Through creating limited edition prints, using the art for annual report covers, and designing merchandise, we are raising funds for and awareness of Equal Justice's crucial and impactful efforts to close the justice gap in Hong Kong.” 

— Sophia Hotung, Creator of the Everyday Justice collection

“The synergy between Sophia’s creative journey, our charitable mission and our hashtag of #AllRise is extraordinary. The Everyday Justice Collection uses the power and joy of art to lift the whole community and to bring positive change. Good visuals can often make the difference between people taking notice of important causes rather than just scrolling past. Sophia’s work gives us the ability to represent the communities we work with, and the neighbourhood we work in, in a very special way. Sophia’s talent and community focus is inspirational and instructive for all of us.”

— Kay McArdle, Founder & Director of Equal Justice

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