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Sentō Risograph Print


This A3 print features a Japanese sentō Bathhouse, as captured by the illustrator Geri Coady.

Sentō (銭湯) are the communal bathhouses across Japan. A common feature are the large painted murals of Mount Fuji. Today, there are only three remaining mural painters left in Japan.

The artwork is printed using the risograph technique, technology developed in Japan in the mid-1980s. The process produces prints with extremely vibrant, crisp inks, and sometimes these inks overlap during the printing process to create interesting and unique details.

Its graphic four-colour print has been inspired by traditional shin-hanga woodblock printing. Each print is signed with a traditional Japanese ‘hanko’ artist stamp.

Unframed. Printed in the UK on heavyweight 100% recycled and FSC recycled certified Context paper.

Gift wrapped in tissue paper

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