In Malaysia, printmaking works are attracting young art collectors

New art collectors on a budget are warming up to the various forms of printmaking. Pictured are (from left) art collective Pangrok Sulap's woodcut print work, Shan Shan Lim's botanic print art and Amanda Gayle's digital patchwork. Photos: Handout

It is no surprise that printmaking art is having its moment in Malaysia.

Since the pandemic hit last year, there has been a surge in interest in print art among a younger demographic. Every home office or study room needs a print or two to liven up the space, plus prints are affordable.

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