We’ve almost made it to the end of 2020!

We’ve almost made it to the end of 2020, and if anything, that’s a huge reason to celebrate! There also happen to be some holidays that involve gift giving, so in the spirit, we’ve put together a small gift giving guide.

We’ve broken it down into a few categories that we hope can put a fun spin on things, as well as price points for most budgets. We’re also working with Framebridge, an online framing vendor, so that your print can come to you framed to your specifications directly. You’d buy the print through our website, we’d provide a JPG for you to mock up the frame at Framebridge (using this discount code for 15% off), we’d then send the print directly to Framebridge, and then voila! it arrives in time for the holiday.

So without further ado, our recommendations!

Best, David

Small Tokens of Affection

They might be in a small package, but these woodblocks are all unique and will make a one of a kind gift. Generally between 3×5″ and 4×6″, these woodblocks weren’t originally treated like fine art and framed on walls, so finding them in such great condition is a rarity. But when you see how much care and attention went into each tiny woodblock, it’s a thoughtful gift to someone special.

Pieces that Stand Alone

These might be a gift for someone that’s not a Japanese woodblock collector, or perhaps a gift for yourself. But each of these pieces is 6×9″ to 10×15″ and can command a wall on its own. Exquisite color, detail, or scenery defines this group, and each print will bring something special to your wall and home.

For the Antique Japanese Woodblock Collector

This selection is for the collector. These are the pieces that are rare, unheard of, or simply museum quality in their condition. Pieces that any collector would love to have in their collection.

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