|What was your childhood ambition? I have always wanted to be either an artist or a designer. Now I am both!
What is your wildest dream? To have my work acquired by one of the major international contemporary art museums! Whoa!
What time is your alarm clock set to? I don't use alarm clock; my husband's is enough to wake up both of us :)
What is your idea of a perfect day? Spend some time creating things, dining with my husband (he cooks my favorite dish) followed with watching a good movie on DVD, ended with pillow talk in bed :)
Where do you get design inspiration? Everywhere! Ever since I started designing digital art, I can't see anything without thinking about it!
What is your favorite indulgence? Reading a great book with tons of spicy snack supplies nearby
What is your favorite TV Show? We don't have TV.
What food do you dislike? Anything that is too fatty and oily.
What characteristic do you despise? Hypocrisy and duplicitous.
What is your favorite item of clothing? Anything made with 100% silk!
What was your most memorable birthday? None yet. Perhaps my upcoming 40th?
Are you a morning or night person? A night person currently trying to be a bit morning-ish!
What is your favorite iTune? Too many! My all time favorites are Nina Simone, Tori Amos, Sinéad O'Connor, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen and Bach, among many others.
Would you bungee jump? Still considering it.
What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Chocolate (Hagendäz, the plain basic one), and Guava (only from XTC, a local brand).
||LIE Fhung is a Chinese-Indonesian contemporary artist and designer, currently living in Hong Kong with her philosopher husband. She has always loved crafts, design and art in their many forms. Creating - be it art, craft or design, is the thing she enjoys most. Since an early age, she has received many prizes and recognitions for her work as an artist. She studied art and her work has been exhibited internationally. She has also worked as a toy designer in the past and since 2003 she has been working as a freelance designer doing mostly website work and occasional graphic design projects. She founded Ztampf! Digital Artistry in 2005, where she designs and sells artistic and innovative digital kits and elements for scrapbooking, paper crafting and beyond.
Her digital art work is influenced by her background in fine art and by the rich Indonesian and Chinese culture she grew up with. Combined with contemporary Western sensibility and her passion for detail and perfection, her work is refreshingly unique and versatile.