創作者是日本版畫家Yuki Hikosaka. 她曾在一家麵包店工作, 每天看見一盤盤香噴噴的麵包, 便著迷了. 她開始著手畫下一個個漂亮的麵包, 制作版畫. Yuki說版畫印刷能產生意想不到的質感, 感覺與出爐麵包一樣, 每一個都有一點不同之處. 而畫裡麵包漸漸鬆開的顏色, 是用掃子在雕版上把墨慢慢印開做成的效果. Yuki還說, 當用上對的畫紙, 墨不只會被印到畫紙上, 而會被吸收進紙的纖維裡, 這便能為麵包畫帶來"美味"的感覺!
Please look at these beautiful woodblock prints by Japanese printmaker Yuki Hikosaka!
Yuki worked in a bakery years ago. She fell in love with beautiful breads she saw everyday. She started to draw breads on paper, and finally made woodblock prints using bread as the subject matter.
Yuki tells that the natural inconsistencies in the woodblocks was very similar to the uneven way bread browns in the oven. You may wonder why the bread on the paper look so "delicious". Yuki said that it is because during printing, the ink isn’t transfered to the surface of the Japanese paper, but it soaks right into the paper’s fibres, so the color is actually in the paper itself.