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Hong Kong has the most basketball courts of any city in the world. This bold claim is difficult to verify, but in his Hong Kong Basketball Court series, Austin Bell sets out to exhaustively showcase them all, whether by air or center court. Their endless stream of colorful designs cut through daunting vertical surroundings and give Hong Kong’s playgrounds of choice a distinctiveness no other city can match. At the same time, the courts’ omnipresence intertwines them into Hong Kong’s entrancing visual makeup. It may be impossible to affirm that Hong Kong has the most basketball courts of any city in the world, but Austin’s work proves it has the most intriguing ones.


Experience the world through the lens of Austin Bell, a renowned photographer, court hunter, birder, and writer from North Carolina. Specializing in basketball court photography, Austin has photographed over 4,200 courts worldwide, with a particular focus on vibrant locations such as Hong Kong, Puerto Rico, and New York City. His unique perspective captures courts from every angle—whether aerial, through fences, or right from center court—highlighting their mesmerizing colors, symmetry, and ubiquity. These images transform ordinary courts into extraordinary portraits of the places they inhabit. He has an upcoming book and solo exhibition, “Shooting Hoops,” a documentation of all 2,549 basketball courts in Hong Kong. Beyond his celebrated court photography, Austin Bell is also a passionate birder and author, with notable works including "Birding: The First Two Years," a stunning collection of bird photography. His diverse expertise extends to post-production work in Los Angeles, where he has contributed to the creation of impactful music videos and commercials.

By Austin Bell

Shipping with ArtStar

  • Order Fulfillment: Orders are processed and fulfilled within a two-week window by our team of fine art printers and framers.
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  • Damage Resolution: While we cannot control occasional damage by UPS or FedEx, we will work with you to resolve any issues. Damaged works can be exchanged within 14 days.
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All Frames Include:

  • UV-blocking acrylic plexiglass
  • Acid-free, archival materials
  • 100% natural wood molding with a deep profile. 

Frame Specifications:

  • Extra small and small frames: .75" molding, 2" mats, 1.2" deep
  • Medium and large frames: 1" molding, 3" mats, 2" deep
  • Matless frames have a spacer to prevent print from touching the acrylic. 

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ArtStar does not accept returns. Each order is custom-made just for you.

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  • If your work is damaged or you received the wrong image, please contact us at or call 212.995.5352 within 14 days of receiving your order.
  • Please include photos of the shipping box, detailed shots of the damage, and your order number in your email.

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  • All work must be checked and approved upon arrival if shipped to a warehouse or 3rd party receiver, including art installers, framers, storage, or onsite contractors.
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  • We recommend shipping to an art storage facility over a non-climate controlled warehouse. 

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