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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
wednesday 22nd November - festive card making special!
7.30 - 10pm, £50 pp
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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