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In addition, jia xie is a method for dyeing textiles usually silk using wood blocks invented in the 5th—6th centuries in China. An upper and a lower block are made, with carved out compartments opening to the back, fitted with plugs.
The cloth, usually folded a number of times, is inserted and clamped between the two blocks. By unplugging the different compartments and filling them with dyes of different colours, a multi-coloured pattern can be printed over quite a large area of folded cloth.
The method is not strictly printing however, as the pattern is not caused by pressure against the block. The earliest woodblock printing known is in colour— Chinese silk from the Han dynasty printed in three colours.
Colour is very common in Asian woodblock printing on paper; in China the first known example is a Diamond sutra of , printed in black and red at the Zifu Temple in modern-day Hubei province.
In Japan , a multi-colour technique called nishiki-e "brocade pictures" spread more widely, and was used for prints from the s on.
Japanese woodcut became a major artistic form, although at the time it was accorded a much lower status than painting. In both Europe and Japan, book illustrations were normally printed in black ink only, and colour reserved for individual artistic prints.
In China, the reverse was true, and colour printing was used mainly in books on art and erotica. The earliest woodblock printed fragments to survive are from China and are of silk, printed with flowers in three colours from the Han dynasty before AD The Chinese were the first to use the process to print solid text, and equally that, much later, in Europe the printing of images on cloth developed into the printing of images on paper woodcuts.
It is also now established that the use in Europe of the same process to print substantial amounts of text together with images in block-books only came about four hundred years after the development of movable type by Bi Sheng — during the Northern Song Dynasty of China.
In China, an alternative to woodblock printing was a system of reprography since the Han Dynasty using carved stone steles to reproduce pages of text.
It seems that woodblock printing on papyrus has never been practised, although it would be possible. A few specimen of wood block printing, possibly called tarsh in Arabic ,  have been excavated from a 10th-century context in Arabic Egypt.
They were mostly used for prayers and amulets. The technique may be spread from China or an independent invention,  but had very little impact and virtually disappeared at the end of the 14th century.
Because Chinese has a character set running into the thousands, woodblock printing suits it better than movable type to the extent that characters only need to be created as they occur in the text.
Although the Chinese had invented a form of movable type with baked clay in the 11th century, and metal movable type was invented in Korea in the 13th century,  woodblocks continued to be preferred owing to the formidable challenges of typesetting Chinese text with its 40, or more characters.
Also, the objective of printing in the East may have been more focused on standardization of ritual text such as the Buddhist canon Tripitaka , requiring 80, woodblocks , and the purity of validated woodblocks could be maintained for centuries.
In East Asia, the state involved itself in printing at a relatively early stage; initially only the government had the resources to finance the carving of the blocks for long works.
The difference between East Asian woodblock printing and the Western printing press had major implications for the development of book culture and book markets in East Asia and Europe.
Woodblock printing in China is strongly associated with Buddhism , which encouraged the spread of charms and sutras. The oldest existing print done with wood-blocks was discovered in in an excavation in Xi'an the capital of Tang-Dynasty China, then called Chang'an , Shaanxi , China, whereby individual sheets of paper were pressed into wooden blocks with the text and illustrations carved into them.
It was found at Bulguksa , South Korea in Another version of the Dharani sutra, printed in Japan around AD , is also frequently cited as an example of early printing.
The world's earliest dated AD printed book is a Chinese scroll about sixteen feet long containing the text of the Diamond Sutra. The book displays a great maturity of design and layout and speaks of a considerable ancestry for woodblock printing.
The colophon , at the inner end, reads: Reverently [caused to be] made for universal free distribution by Wang Jie on behalf of his two parents on the 13th of the 4th moon of the 9th year of Xiantong [i.
In late 10th century China the complete Buddhist canon Tripitaka of , pages was printed with blocks, which took between and , and many other very long works were printed.
Early books were on scrolls , but other book formats were developed. First came the Jingzhe zhuang or "sutra binding", a scroll folded concertina-wise, which avoided the need to unroll half a scroll to see a passage in the middle.
About AD "butterfly binding" was developed; two pages were printed on a sheet, which was then folded inwards.
The sheets were then pasted together at the fold to make a codex with alternate openings of printed and blank pairs of pages.
In the 14th century the folding was reversed outwards to give continuous printed pages, each backed by a blank hidden page.
Later the bindings were sewn rather than pasted. For example, one complete Tripitaka had over 6, juan in tao. Luxe Business Cards. Branded Notebooks.
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The Seattle suburb of Redmond raises the bar with its new and convivial gastropub " Woodblock offers rustic, innovative Pacific Northwest fare that is both comforting and indulgent When it comes to new restaurants, the first few months of have treated Seattle pretty well.
And as the trees begin to blossom and the temperatures rise, the restaurant hits just keep on coming The focus will be on local and seasonal food, and the plan is to offer "something for everyone," with a strong cocktail list for date night or drinks with friends and an accessible, rotating menu that the whole family will enjoy Scotch eggs, craft cocktails, and artistic inspiration.
Opening March 18, Woodblock will focus on seasonal fare sourced locally. With snacks like Herb Roasted Olives, to small plates like heirloom carrots with maple syrup, to entrees like braised oxtail butternut squash risotto, Woodblock has something on the menu for everybody.
The bar will have a wide selection of spirits, especially from local distilleries like Sun Liquor, Woodinville Whiskey, and Oola Carolyn and Tony Scott are bringing a new craft cocktail bar and restaurant to Redmond.
The seat restaurant, named Woodblock, will be part of the Old Town Lofts building in downtown. The new venture is named Woodblock after the printing style that involves layers of color, just like the layers of food.
Woodblock will focus on craft cocktails, including barrel-aged, classic and creative drinks using fresh and local ingredients. The kitchen will utilize Northwest-sourced ingredients.
The menu always evolving, utilizing what is freshest and in season, " said co-owner and operator, Tony Scott. Woodblock will be joined by Kirkland bakery, Hoffman's Bakery, which closed and reopened in the new Redmond location last December.