Pearlyn is a designer and visual artist born in Hong Kong. She co-founded & currently co-leads interactive spatial design studio & art collective nonstudio, fiscally sponsored 
by New York Foundation of the Arts.

Prior to working with museums at Local Projects, her project that imagines an exhibition for Brian Eno received 
first place from the Society for Experiential Graphic 
Design (SEGD). 
In her past life, she designed features on Ellsworth Kelly, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Francesco Vezzoli for Whitewall Magazine, co-organized a TEDx conference at ArtCenter, and did a stint at Wolff Olins.

Today, she believes in a future where the digital space and the physical world interplay seamlessly.

Her selected clients include Guggenheim Bilbao, Fashion for Good, Maison Kitsuné, TEDx, IBM, and Ogilvy. She has exhibited at Nous Tous Gallery in LA and has lectured at Parson’s and ArtCenter. Her work has been featured on Dezeen, Vogue Italia,, and SEGD.

Available for exhibitions & speaking engagements.
ArtCenter College of Design, BFA in Graphic Design with distinction
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Fashion For Good featured in Dezeen
Drawbot for Brian Eno featured on SEGD