History in the making!
The Great Woodblock Saga continues! Two years after we started, we now have 11 skilled carvers, printers and assistants in our employment. These craftspeople are working, improving and preserving this craft because of you!
And the next step: David Bull is opening his store in the heart of Tokyo. But it’s not just be a store - it’s a Woodblock Experience, where anybody can try their hand at printmaking, and bring home a unique souvenir in the process!
Dave already has $35,000 saved up to renovate the building, but construction ALWAYS goes over. To raise a little extra padding capitol, Dave’s Kickstarter campaign is offering three amazing prints. You can look through them in this post.
I’m definitely getting “The Scent of Chrysanthemums” - which one will you get? Here’s the Kickstarter link:
This is the newest design for our monthly subscription series. I’m a huge fan of this *ahem* bounty hunter. This is my third or fourth rendition of her. I just can’t help myself.
To learn more about our subscription series, please follow this link:
Sketches from San Diego Comic Con. Thank you for stopping by to say hello, everyone! I hope you all got home safely.
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I just found out about this artist. He/she(?) brings together so many of my loves - Yoshitaka Amano, retro anime, traditional Japanese design…
Here’s the artist’s tegaki page:
Link totally needs that bug-net arrow in the next Zelda game! How about it @Nintendo? :D
In a few years I want to try doing some really big gallery pieces. Maybe go to grad school in Tokyo. Not sure.
I’m trying to explore some new concepts, to see what subject matter and themes are possible.
And this was just a lot of fun.
I finally got on Instagram! (10 years late, I know…)
Instagram will be my secret laboratory to test new ideas. Come check me out at this link:
I just learned about painter John Brosio. Wow.
Here’s his website: http://www.johnbrosio.com
This is the newest design for our ongoing subscription series. Every month you get a new handmade woodblock print, sent from our workshop in Tokyo!
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