Published on March 21, 2019 by
  • Patrik Wallner

Meet Dough-boy the figurehead behind the emerging hip-hop scene in Hong Kong.

‘This is the Era’ Campaign shot for Vans by Postcard Productions in Hong Kong, SAR of China (2019).

Produced, Directed and Filmed by Jay Meador and Patrik Wallner
Photography by Sam McGuire
Production Assistance by Eric Lai

Cast: Patrik Wallner

Tags: Vans, Dough-boy, Doughboy, Hong Kong, Tommy Zhao, Patrik Wallner and This is the Era

Vans x Postcard - This is the Era with Dough-boy (2019) | Patrik Wallner

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