One year on, a group of photographers, designers and programmers have come together to archive the public art that arose from the pro-democracy Occupy movement in Hong Kong last autumn.

The online project, named Umbrella Art, hopes to engage the public in their documentation of art related to the movement.

You can look at existing artwork or upload your own at umbrella-art.com.

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Karen is a journalist and writer covering politics and legal affairs in Hong Kong for HKFP. She has also written features on human rights, public space, regional legal developments, social and grassroots activism, and arts & culture. She is a BA and LLB graduate from the University of Hong Kong.