A fantastic, modern embossed Japanese woodblock print by Haku Maki. He is well-known for this type of abstract calligraphic kanji print. This one uses purple characters and a red moon, on black background. Have heard he actually used cement in order get the print embossed like this. His given name was Maejima Tadaaki, and his mentor was the well-known sosaku hanga artist Onchi Koshiro. Print is framed and matted, and is signed fully (Poem 70-60 Haku Maki) and numbered 80 of 201. Back has an older gallery sticker from "Kanda's" in Tokyo.
In good vintage condition, with some light wear to frame overall. Dust and debris to glass, some inside. Print itself looks decent, we did not remove it from the frame.
Frame measures about 7 1/2" by 5 1/2". Printed area is about 6 3/4" by 4 3/4".