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A Creative's Guide to Mastering Risography
Vivian Toh
Jay Lim

In recent years, risography has captured the attention of printers and artists, especially in independent and self-publishing circles, given the technical and visual qualities it ...
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Publishing date: 2023
Different editions : English, Spanish, French
Binding: Softcover
Size : 14,80 x 21,00 cm.
Pages: 314
ISBN/EAN: 9788419220264 edition in English
ISBN/EAN: 9788419220387 edition in Spanish
ISBN/EAN: 9788419220318 edition in French

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In recent years, risography has captured the attention of printers and artists, especially in independent and self-publishing circles, given the technical and visual qualities it offers. Vivid spot colors, warm finishes and occasional imperfections in uniformity and register are some of these attractive features. The book begins by giving readers a brief history of the Risograph while outlining the basic principles of the printing process, teaching them artistic printing techniques that will allow them to print with brighter, more expressive colors. With profiles of notable printers, examples of printed products and works from contributing print shops and information about design studios and artists from around the world, the book will broaden readers’ printing horizons and illustrate the extensive variety of possibilities offered by this relatively easy-to-use and fascinating technique. Vivian Toh is the co-founder of award-winning Tsubaki Studio and CUTOUT graphic design magazine. She has produced and hosted her own radio show and taught as a lecturer in design and communication. Jay Lim is the co-founder of award-winning Tsubaki Studio and CUTOUT graphic design magazine. He is also a lecturer.
Vivian Toh is the co-founder of award-winning Tsubaki Studio and CUTOUT graphic design magazine, both based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She has also worked as a part-time lecturer at KDU University College and Point College, both in Selangor, Malaysia.