Born and raised in Singapore, Li Shan is trained and majored in Surface Design in University of Arts London. She expresses her emotions in her drawings, paintings and other artistic methods. 


Occasionally, she create useless visuals / objects for aesthetic purposes or to make a point. 



2003 - 2006

Diploma in Apparel & Merchandising, Temasek Polytechnic  (Singapore)


2010 - 2013

Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours in Surface Design, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London (United Kingdom)


2012 selected

Greyson Perry Late night event at the British Museum: Representing University of the Arts London &

exhibited What hold us Together alongside with Grayson Perry's The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman.


What hold us together, self published concept book was exhibitied in the Tokyo & Taipei Art Book Fair 2012.


Contemporary wallpaper competition run by The Pugin Society, London: Develop a series of wallpaper,

Impossible Pugin ! which was inspired by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, a British architect of the 19th century.

Impossible Pugin ! was one of the finalist to be selected and participated in the exhibition which take place in various galleries in the UK.


Internship at Bless,Paris (


2014 selected

Participated in a mini showcase


2015 selected

Actually 9th Birthday



Participated in Young Art Taipei 2016

Featured on Vein:


Participated in Asian Student Young Artist Art Festival, Seoul, Korea:

Overseas Artist Section, August 8th - 20th 2017

Featured in Kult Magazine, Singapore Issue no.22, p69 



Featured in Cleo Magazine, Singapore: One to watch, July issue

<Portrait of Lily Jane Fools> Artwork on Sarah Orah Mark's Wild Milk book cover, publish on October 2018


Participate in Taipei Free Art Fair December 2019


Participate in Street of Hope organised by NAC, Singapore

Participate in itto + LIM Mask Exhibition & Pop Up Shop 15 Sep - 31 Oct

Currently working on individual projects and drawings @meowmewmiao /

Conduct workshops @idleworkshop








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