Nature can be an infinite source of inspiration, says Malaysian printmaking artist

  • Arts
  • Sunday, 26 Sep 2021

Artist and designer Shan Shan Lim says creating limited edition prints gives newcomer collectors and art enthusiasts equal access to art at affordable prices. Photo: Shan Shan Lim

British-trained artist Shan Shan Lim sees the important role of social media in furthering her printmaking art. It's a way to attract a new generation of art collectors, while the affordability factor of the print medium also helps.

One glance at her I Am Jungle limited edition print series, promoted on the Outlet KL online platform, is enough to tell you that these are the kind of contemporary works that young collectors would have adorning their rooms and homes.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Culture

Jebat: a classic and complex Malay tale deftly reimagined on stage
First Bob Ross TV painting, completed in 30mins, valued at nearly US$10mil
Get spooked: Junji Ito’s horror house exhibition ready to haunt Kuala Lumpur
Pump up the volume: dancer Lee Ren Xin's new show taps into the power of voice
The 'One Piece' manga is into its final saga: here's what you need to know
Kopi Buk in Kota Baru is a place to discover rare books, random treasures
Danish artist ordered to return museum cash he took as 'art'
Justice outside the League: Batman's 'other' superteam, The Outsiders, turns 40
Travel to other worlds at REXKL’s new immersive digital art exhibition
Book blurbs: no one knows whether hyperbolic tone is deserved or not

Others Also Read