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join paper stories to learn the art of riso printing! you’ll get mark-making, layering and collaging to create a 2-colour riso print to take home.

what's this riso printing all about?

riso (pronunciation ree-sow), comes from the name of the risograph duplicators made in Japan since the ‘80s. it’s the big retro photocopier-looking thing in the corner of paper stories. it uses rice paper stencils and soy inks to create layered artworks, a bit like a digital version of screen printing. it’s experimental and vibrant, and once you’ve had your riso kicks, we’re pretty sure you’ll be hooked.

ooh, when can i book?

spaces are limited to 8, so you have enough time and room to make your riso prints. we have a few dates to choose from:

  • wednesday 8th november

       7.30 - 10pm £45 pp

      BOOK 8th November

  • wednesday 22nd November - festive card making special!    

       7.30 - 10pm, £50 pp

       BOOK 22nd November

i'm in, what does the workshop include? 

  • includes all tools and materials

  • wine and sweet treats

  • intro to riso printing, layering and how to use the machine
    mark making, collaging materials

  • use of our two drum risograph printer and choice of two ink colours: black, light teal, orange or sunflower yellow

  • guillotine on-hand for trimming

  • ten copies of your final riso print design printed on 135gsm context natural recycled paper

  • a relaxed evening to get your creative juices flowing

freesylin' riso printing
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