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Risomania, The New Spirit of Printing – ENGLISCH

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Explore the resurgence of analog printing with Risography, an ecological stencil printing process embraced by graphic artists worldwide, featuring inspiring works and a unique, perfectly imperfect authenticity.


Seitenanzahl: 232 Seiten

Masse: 25,5 x 20,5 x 2,7cm

Verlag: Niggli

Erscheinungsjahr: 2017

Sprache: Englisch

ISBN-Nummer: 978-3-7212-0966-2


Risography, named after the Japanese company Riso, is a stencil printing process in the style of screen printing, which was developed in the transitional phase from mechanical to digital printing. Although the printing machine looks like a photocopier, the ink is applied to the paper without the use of heat or chemicals, thus saving energy and being ecological. Today, graphic artists and designers from around the world have discovered the risograph-and the corresponding machines for similar, almost forgotten techniques such as mimeography-and have set in motion an unexpected renaissance of analog printing. A carefully researched introduction on the past, present and future is followed by an article on important pioneers of the current risography scene. The Risoworld chapter features special risography-related publishers, printers, and design studios from around the world. At the heart of the volume are wonderful, very different works such as postcards, magazines, posters, flyers and experimental print products, all of which inspire through the power of the colors of the very unique texture and, above all, the perfectly imperfect authenticity of risography.
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John Z. Komurki, currently living in Berlin, writes about analog technology and print cultures.

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