Riso Printing Workshop!
Introduction- Printing with 2 Colours
In this introduction course you will create your own series of postcards while learning the basics of the RISO printing at our studio!
There are many ways of creating cool works with the RISO - but to simplify the process we are starting with analog (hand-drawn) techniques that we can then scan into the machine.
What is a RISO?
It’s short for Risograph Digital Duplicator, a digital screen printing technique that originates in Japan. We create a ‘digital’ stamp on individual colours (which are incredibly vibrant!) and together they create a colorful image.
Why is RISO interesting?
Any type of printing technique is like a puzzle - you need to think about what you are doing and how. The results are always surprising!
Specifically, the RISO, even though being a digital machine, does not guarantee perfection, which makes each piece unique.
What will you learn during this weekend?
You will learn the basics of this cool printing method, tips & tricks for composition as well as working in 2 layers with transparencies. You’ll discover and experiment with this imperfect, perfect machine.
Are you up for a challenge? Book your spot now!
Price: €185 per person.
This course is from 10:00 to 15:00 both days.
Print run of 25 with 2 colours (so you take 100 postcards home)
High-quality paper and other materials to use during the course,
Booklet with course information,
Step by step guidance on Paper & Brush techniques,
Lunch both days,
Drink and snacks,
Limited spots available - 6 people
The course is given by the founders of Paper Brush Studio together with fellow Riso printer Soscha Monteiro.
The course will take place in Studio 40-D, where Paper Brush Studio is located (at Amsteldijk 40-D). A perfect central location in Amsterdam, easy to reach by public transport.