Pei-Chi Lee is a creative maker and an illustrator, who lives and works around good people, good food and good times.
She makes works that are inspired by the unexpected narratives that are found in relationships between people and the environment.
Using a sense of humour and a whimsical aesthetic throughout her practice, Pei-Chi likes to use a wide range of materials to create kinetic movement to tell stories with an emphasis on tactility and interaction with the viewers.
Her design philosophy always explores the idea of how to use playful and whimsical approaches to change our surroundings thereby adding a little tweak in life, as well as making people see their daily life in a different way. In her MA dissertation, she raised a discussion on why is the concept of playfulness in public spaces vital to our daily life. The exercise deeply informed Pei-Chi’s ideology and allowed her to broadly explore the idea that “playfulness displays strong relations with well-being.”