Slice Of Life: Cyanotype Prints by Hong Kong Artist Pearl Law
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Odd One Out gallery in Wan Chai presents adorable cyanotype prints and original drawings by Pearl Law, a Hong Kong artist educated in the UK.
Hong Kong artist Pearl Law’s quirky drawings have been featured on the covers of numerous publications, including the South China Morning Post and Time Out Hong Kong. This time, her cyanotype prints will be displayed alongside original drawings at Slice of Life, her first solo exhibition at Odd One Out gallery.
Discovered in 1842 by an English scientist and astronomer Sir John Herschel, cyanotype is a photography printing process that produces a distinctive cyan print.
Pearl Law is an illustrator, zine-maker and comic artist. Hong Kong born and raised, she graduated from University of the West of England with a degree in Illustration. Much of her work takes inspiration from humour, literature, history, and behavioural observations. She loves to play around with visual wit and exploring the best narrative possible through problem-solving.