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About Buying my Work
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Prices are per single unframed print. All prints are limited editions usually of 50 or lower. Some editions are very small, less than 10 prints - these make an especially good investment as their rarity is guaranteed. Each print is individually numbered and stamped with a personal hanko (seal), of which I use (and make) several designs.
The size stated is the image size. Full paper size is slightly larger than the image size and the paper may have one or more deckle edges.
These are all produced by the traditional Japanese printing technique with the exception of several older prints. Many hours of loving craft go into the production of each print! All blocks are hand carved. Multi-colour prints require a seperate carved block for each colour.
Prints are sold and posted unframed. Delivery is included in the listed price to destinations within Australia, to New Zealand, the European Union, the United States and Japan. Prints are shipped by standard post. Larger prints are shipped rolled in a cardboard tube.
The softness, luminosity and beauty of natural fibre, handmade Japanese papers can't be shown in a photograph, but it forms part of the overall beauty of prints produced on these papers. I use a few different papers, the paper used is included in the information about each print.
Produced in the Echizen region of Fukui prefecture, this paper has a soft pearly lustre and takes fine detail printing. It also shows bright, clear colours well. A mixture of Kozo fibre and pulp.
This paper is finely textured and shows colours exceptionally well. A mixture of Gampi fibre and pulp.
Paper making in Japan is a highly developed traditional craft still practiced in many areas of Japan, producing world famous papers.