RISO PRINTING – Creative Review October Issue

The CR October issue  have a major feature on the rise of Riso printing and at the blog you can read an entreview to Stuart Geddes, the graphic designer behind  A Small Press in Melbourne.

“Our forthcoming October issue (out next week) has a major feature on the rise of Riso – the photocopier-like printers that have become so popular among the graphic art fraternity in recent years. Towhet your appetite, here’s a look at the output of graphic designer Stuart Geddes‘ A Small Press in Melbourne…
Whilst researching our feature about Risograph (in which we explain the history and the mechanics of the machines, as well as profiling a number of studios putting the process to good use), we came across Gedde’s magazine, A Head Full of Snakes (cover above), created in collaboration with Luke Wood.
The magazine (spreads above and below) showcases how capable a Riso printer is of producing beautiful publications, not simply one or two colour zines. We made contact with Geddes to find out more about him and his use of Riso printing.”

in ” Riso printing: introducing Melbourn’s A Small Press”, by Creative Review blog.

One Response to “RISO PRINTING – Creative Review October Issue”
  1. Printers says:

    Very nice graphic arts… Really appreciable… 🙂

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