Featured artists using washi
Washi is a versatile material, and can be used for many artistic purposes, graphic and sculptural.
We have gathered a number of artists whose work we love here, and will be adding more artists all the time, to highlight the diverse possibilities of this amazing material.
Mara CozzolinoLearn more
Italian artist and printmaker Mara Cozzolino expresses her love of nature through the technique of Mokuhanga.
Mia OLearn more
Mia O is a South Korean mokuhanga artist, currently living and working in Tokyo, Japan.
Nicholas CladisLearn more
Papermaker, artist, scholar, and educator Nicholas Cladis’s work investigates the dimensionality of paper.
Randi Annie StrandComing soon
Norwegian artist Randi Annie Strand explores transparency and tactility in her books and prints.
Tami KomaiComing soon
Tami Komai is an artist based in Basel, Switzerland who approaches washi with an eye to its sculptural properties.
Mariko JesseComing soon
Mariko Jesse is a versatile illustrator and printmaker who presents her mokuhanga prints in many different formats.