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Explore the world of botanical printing


Botanical Printing

Every design is as unique as the seasonal leaves and flowers I collected. I use minerals and tannins to transfer natural colors and shapes onto fabrics. It is like painting with nature. All plants are harvested sustainably from the San Francisco Bay Area. Each piece is handmade and one of a kind.

Botanical Printing


The making of botanical printing. Get behind-the-scenes and discover how we transform the color and shapes from the leaves to our products.



Color, Pattern and Materials

I experiment with natural colors derived from plants and wild mushrooms. I use patterns of leaves to paint a collage of shapes and hues that decorate the materials. I play with the texture of silk, wool, cotton, leather, Japanese paper, and many more....

Printing on Paper

Using Japanese vintage paper and washi (rice paper) to create Botanical printed art for the wall.

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Mushroom Dye

I hunt wild mushroom for food and for dye.  Mushroom can give varieties of colors to both wool and silk.

More about mushroom dye;

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Mushroom Dye

Cannabis Series

Fresh cannabis can be used to print the patterns on silk.

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Mayumi Fujio

Mayumi has always enjoyed working with her hands to blend imagination into her creations. She loves learning traditional craft techniques - Ikebana, silver jewelry, ceramic art, sewing, dying with mushroom, and knitting. Fiber art is a natural progression and botanical printing is bringing together all of the handicraft skills she developed in the past. Her inspiration comes from art, nature, and simply looking at flowers and plants wherever she goes. After learning the technique of botanical printing, Mayumi has been experimenting with the combination of traditional and newly discovered natural dye techniques. As a modern craft, botanical printing is a constant cycle of learning and experimentation, yet it can never be fully controlled. Just like nature.


Her latest series is a combination of mushroom dye and botanical prints.


All the plants she use are ethically harvested from the Bay Area and her art pieces are sold at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, Seattle Asian Art Museum, and other prestigious art fairs around the Bay Area. In 2022 she received "the artist of the year" award at the prestigious Mill Valley Art Festival. 

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Mayumi Fujio
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