In this gallery I will be exploring and showing you a large variety of Japanese printing techniques and pieces. Japanese prints influenced me at a young age, as my grandparents were collector's of many pieces, and a very large variety of them. I will be exploring their varied use of space, depth, form, and color as many of the different styles and artists have a similar tone that you are able to recognize as a Japanese print, but all have a different take on the art style, which leads to a beautiful diversity in their creations. The main style that I will be exploring are Ukiyo-e (The floating world), which was very popular during the Edo period, 1700s-1900s, which is a woodblock technique. And I will be comparing that to a more modern take on Japanese prints.