Month: October 2017 (page 1 of 2)

Link: Paper Pusher

Paper Pusher is a Toronto-based risograph publisher. 

Links: Risotto Studio

Risotto Studio is a Glasgow-based risograph printer and stationery company set up by designer Glasgow School of Art graduate Gabriella Marcella.

Link: Hato Press

Hato Press are a London-based risograph printer and publisher.

Link: Cantab Publishing

US artist Alex Lukas runs his own imprint called Cantab Publishing and makes excellent use of single and two colour riso printing, often using coloured papers.

Link: Yuck Print House

Yuck Print House are a riso printers and online gallery based in Manchester.

Link: Riso Presto

Riso Presto are a Parisian riso publisher.

Link: Exit Press

Exit Press are a Norwich-based riso publisher who have produced work with artists such as Marcus Oakley, Stephen Smith (Neasden Control Centre). Nicolas Burrows and EKTA.

Link: Sigrid Calon

Sigrid Calon is a Dutch designer who has made some beautiful graphic prints and publications which make a virtue of the unusual qualities of risograph printing. |

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Link: Tan & Loose Press

Run by Clay Hickson, Tan & Loose Press is an independent publisher of limited edition artists prints and zines based in Los Angeles, CA. They have published work by artists such as Tim LahanOlimpia ZagnoliAnnu Kilpeläinen, Chad Kouri and Atelier Bingo.

Link: Hall of Femmes

Hall of Femmes aims to highlight the work of women in art direction and design. The project was founded in 2009 by Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio. It includes lectures, exhibitions, interviews, podcasts and the publication of the Hall of Femmes book series, each book portraying a designer and her work through in-depth interviews and previously unpublished images.

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