Japanese woodblock printing, known as "moku hanga," is one of the world's most recognized art forms.
The technique, popularized during the island nation's Edo period (1603-1867), involves carving a picture into a plank of wood then inking the woodcut and burnishing paper against it to transfer the image.
Our designer chose backgrounds of weathered parchment for these monochromatic bird-and-branch depictions, rendered here in colors reminiscent of the natural, water-based inks used in traditional Japanese bird prints.
Now you can celebrate the best of the moku hanga tradition with Japanese Bird Art Address Labels and matching Japanese Bird Art Personal Checks from CheckAdvantage. Order yours today!
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