Pei-Hsin is a Taiwanese visual storyteller with a particular focus on illustration and animation, currently based in London.
Her work is narrative-based and revolves around sensationalism and sentimentalism, at themes of self-introspection, mentality, and psychology. She combines traditional and digital mediums to depict a variety of inward feelings that attempt to transcribe subtle emotions of humanity into tangible and visually tactile images. Personal sentiments are always present in Pei-Hsin’s work, wrapped with rational narration to catalyse unaccessible subjective experiences and memory fragments.
Pei-Hsin has worked with various clients from all over the world including: Adobe, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Royal Society of Literature, Where The Leaves Fall Magazine, Patient Access, Oh Magazine, London Print Studio, Lenovo Legion, Patient ltd UK, Spicy Fish Cultural Production Limited, P&T Berlin, Taiwan Film Institute, Ministry of Culture (BAMID, Taiwan)
2021 – International Award for Illustration Bologna Children’s Book Fair – Fundación SM, Winner.
Bologna Illustrators Exhibition, Selected Illustrator.
2020 – Taoyuan International Illustration Exhibition, Gold Prize. World Illustration Awards, long listed & shortlisted.
South Taiwan Film Festival, Rookie of the Year Award.
American Illustration 39, Chosen Winner.
2019 – World Illustration Awards, shortlisted.
Sheila Robinson Memorial Drawing Award, Winner.
2017 – 3×3 Magazine, Student Show Winners No.14, Merit.
Creative Quarterly 48, professional illustration, Runner-up.
2016 – Windows of Formosa Film Festival, Taiwan, Award of WOFFF Picks