Thursday, December 01, 2011


Akiko Ueda from Assorted Press recently made a series of prints and cards for the 'For Japan' in aid of the Japanese Earthquake Fund' at the Japan Culture Festival.

Assorted Press is ultimately a study in form and colour. 

Inspired by all things natural and manmade, the resulting outcome may take any form, in any medium.

Ueda's stall at the fundraiser.

All profits from the 'For Japan' series will be donated to the Momo-kaki fund to aid the lives and education of children orphaned in the tsunami and earthquake disasters earlier this year.
The prints are currently available on my etsy store.(

These greeting cards and the prints above will be available from Corky Saint Clair.

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