Chinese Warrior Woodblock Print

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One of a Kind!

Only 3 available

Destination: Malacca, Malaysia

Woodblock printing is an ancient technique that originated in China as early as 220 AD. Artisans cut a relief-pattern into a block of wood, which is then dipped in ink and pressed onto the surface of the desired paper or cloth to create intricate works of art. We purchased these particular prints from our friend Ray Tan Aik Leng. A second-generation Malaysian whose grandfather came over from China, Ray Tan is a master paper-cutter and owns a shop that specializes in all kinds of beautiful paper goods.


Before Ray Tan Aik Leng (“Ah Long” or “Dragon” to his friends) became a master paper-cutter, he sold t-shirts at a boutique, did some woodworking, and got greasy at a mechanic’s shop. He saved up for years to open ... Read More

Details and Dimensions

Small: 13.75 x 10.5"
Large: 15.5 x 10.5"

$35.00 - $40.00  add to cart
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