A workshop for Japanese and UK based artists was held at Wimbledon School of Art. This series of prints was the result of this workshop.
This edition of prints 2002 is an interesting example of the re-interpretation of Japanese art by nineteen contemporary Japanese and UK-based artists. It was the result of a workshop held at Wimbledon School of Art, in which the artists explored the integration of traditional woodblock printing with digital technology. Eyecon, the publisher, is a digital print research and publishing unit founded in 1999 as a collaborative venture dedicated to the production of innovative work and projects by artists using print and digital media.