The story of the Pallas’s Cat is inspired by a Qinghai folk tale adapted by Xiong Liang. At the beginning of the world, animals had no patterns. The Pallas' Cat was one of them. He thought his gray fur looked monotonous and dull. But one day he discovered a shining object on the ground—a colourful piece of stone. With the stone he created pigments. And with the pigments, he drew himself nice patterns. The Pallas’ Cat will soon become the envy of all the other animals...
Female China 1989 firstname.lastname@example.org
City of birth Chaozhou
Now lives & works in Beijing
Techniques used Woodcut block prints
Published/Unpublished Not published