Mokuhankan - Japanese woodblock prints and more
Artist David Bull moved from Canada to Japan in January, 1987. For the past 30 years, he has been studying Japanese art, carving his own woodblocks for original prints, and embracing his adoptive country's culture. He is often at Mokuhankan, his studio and shop in Asakusa. In addition to his original pieces, Bull and his partner curate woodblock prints from estate sales and local markets to sell in their store. Check out his printmaking process on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKSrgKjevPmNZxCAyTZP5cQ
By Nicole Antonio, AFAR Staff
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