Yoshiko Yamamoto is one of the premier block printers in the arts and crafts style. Yamamoto's block prints are letterpress printed using hand cut blocks on acid free paper.
Born in Japan, Yamamoto designs block prints that feature a blend of Japanese and Arts and Crafts sensibilities. Yoshiko studied sculpture at Tama Art University in Tokyo before moving to California where she studied music and history at UC, Berkeley. In 1996, she and her husband, Bruce Smith, founded The Arts & Crafts Press in Berkeley. They now live with their children in a small coastal town in Washington.
The Framer's Workshop carries all of the available, in-print Yamamoto editions, as well as a few out-of-print images. Scroll down to see framed versions of the Yamamoto prints we have in stock. Note that some are out of print and nearly out of stock. Click the thumbnails to see a larger version.
We also have an Archive of out of print editions.
Also see our selection of Yoshiko Yamamoto Motawi Tiles.