A Woodblock Pilgrimage

A new collaboration between Jed Henry and Dave Bull's Mokuhankan

Familiar Locations!

After many years of producing subscription prints based on video game characters, Jed Henry and Dave Bull's Mokuhankan workshop created something different in 2019 - a Japanese landscape series. They worked in the shin-hanga style, making prints with colour textures, more gradations, and a generally more realistic style.

Through 2020 they continued in a similar vein, but with an interesting 'twist'. Rather than generic and imaginary landscapes, each of the places depicted in the set of 12 prints was a real place. But not just 'any place'; they were each locations that inspired the producers of anime films. You have seen these places on the big screen - and now you see them represented in traditional Japanese woodblock prints.

The prints are 12.5 x 17 cm (approximately 5 x 7 inches), slightly larger than the Japanese traditional hagaki size.

Please join us on this interesting Pilgrimage!

The Set of Prints ...


"How do I store my prints? How can I display them? Do I need to buy frames?" are some of the questions we receive about our subscription print sets, and after much experimentation and research, we have the answer to all those questions in one neat package - our combination storage/display box (shown at the top of this page).

The box is an optional purchase - typically ordered together with the first print in the set, but also available later as an 'add-on' option. Each box has room for the complete set of 12 prints in this series, and incorporates a display stand with acrylic dustcover. Rotate the prints frequently (and don't place it where direct sunlight will fall on the print surface), and you have the perfect solution for both long-term storage, and daily enjoyment of your collection! Here is a page with more photos and complete information.

The YouTube that introduced the series:

We hope you will consider collecting this interesting set of prints!