Original Risographies

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A publication exploring the potential of Risograph printing as a resource and creative tool.

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Original Risographies

A publication exploring the potential of Risograph printing as a resource and creative tool.

A homage to Bruno Munari’s experiments with a Xerox machine, Original Risographies explores the potential of the Risograph duplicator as a tool for creating new images, as well as reproducing existing ones. Part manual, part investigation, the book contains 56 experiments, collected into chapters covering reproduction, scale, density, movement, pattern, texture, layering and colour.

It features contributions from An Endless Supply, Peter Nencini, Darryl Clifton and Adrian Holme.

Original Risographies was designed by work-form and published by Studio Operative.

Studio Operative
Studio Operative is a London-based visual arts publisher, run by Alice Lindsey and Peter Willis. They have a particular focus on research-based, communicative visual work that occupies points of intersection between disciplines. They publish “Limner”, a sporadic critical journal of illustration. Other projects include “World Problem Solution Book” by Chris Harnan; “Real State” by Asta Meldal Lynge; “An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in GTA Online” by Michael Crowe; “Sleep Torpor” by Florence Shaw, and “Drunk Complexions” by Samara Scott.

Work-form
work-form is a graphic design studio based in London, run by Charlie Abbott, Jake Hopwood and Alex Hough. Their services include the design of visual identities, branding, typography, creative direction and consultancy. They work with a diverse range of clients – from individuals, community groups and independent businesses, to cultural institutions and international brands. Education is a central part of their studio practice – they lead the 1st year of BA (Hons) Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London, and run projects and workshops at a range of universities and institutions.

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