“While Hiroshi Jashiki has had extensive commercial success in textile and apparel design, his latest body of work is in the field of digital art facilitated by textile software. The rich, saturated color and transparency of printing pigments produces effects similar to the interaction of dyes on fabrics. These fantasy abstractions, born in the realm of new technology, reflect the sensitivity of a master dyer who has discovered new ways of materializing his vision.”

–Hot House: Expanding the Field of Fiber at Cranbrook 1970-2007