Hoi An Exhibition 

Opening on January 11th 2019 my most recent exhibition included a new series of woodcut prints alongside a large illustration project inspired by the ancient town of Hoi An in Vietnam. This exhibit was hosted by Art Space Hoi An at the Anantara Hotel and also March Gallery. The woodcuts were all produced using side grain from a Japanese magnolia tree and printed onto a range of imported French and locally made Vietnamese papers.

Traditional Woodcut Prints 

Traditional, single layer woodcut prints are those that have been made with a single block of wood and a single impression is made. They are usually made in larger editions which means they can be more affordable. although they lack colour variation, they make up for it in authentic hand cut charm. If you look closely at each design you can make out the structure and texture of the wood.


All of these prints have been hand printed without a press. 

Prices start from 30 USD and go up from there - Please click on each image for prices and descriptions...

Scan 35
Bia Hoi Hanoi
Alleyway Market
Troi oi
Old building Q4 B+W
Scan 51
Japanese Bridge on Dzo
Nha Tho Lon HN
Loc Tinh Q4
Hoan Kiem Lake
Hot Vit Lon
A Quiet Hoi An
Railroad Alley Hanoi
Ca Phe Q4
Quan Oc Saigon
Dua Cho Vung Tau
Rooster Q4 B+W
Oc Cuc
Phuc Loi Hanoi
Xich Lo Dzo
Xich Lo in red
Old Flats Q4
Scan 27
Ve So Blue
RUA DI A4 150k risograph
Street Scene in Blue