New Book Celebrates Risograph Printing |
Giles Hoover's digital home for book design and fine photography. Features Foreword, a book design blog.
book design, photography, design, books, landscape photography, architecture photography, location photography, custom photography, fine photography, art, foreword, blog, Giles Hoover, giles,
51128
post-template-default,single,single-post,postid-51128,single-format-link,edgt-core-1.3.2,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,vigor-ver-3.1, vertical_menu_with_scroll,smooth_scroll,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.0.2,vc_responsive
 

New Book Celebrates Risograph Printing

New Book Celebrates Risograph Printing

It took 850 days, 74 tubes of soy ink, fifteen colours, 660 masters, 690,000 sheets of paper, three fans, two digital Riso duplicators and four people to complete this 360-page book that focuses on one thing: the process of Risograph printing.

I have to admit: I hadn’t heard of risograph printing before — Wiki has a (very) brief intro — but the book looks like something very interesting indeed, along the lines of a Pantone catalog on steroids. Read more at Eye Magazine.

Giles Hoover
gh@gileshoover.com

Book designer and photographer.