THE LONDON CENTRE FOR BOOK ARTS’ GUIDE TO RISOGRAPH PRINTING by Esther McManus
£5.50
THE LONDON CENTRE FOR BOOK ARTS’ GUIDE TO RISOGRAPH PRINTING by Esther McManus
£5.50
Title The London Centre for Book Arts' Guide to Risograph Printing
Author(s)/Editor(s) Esther McManus
Publisher LCBA
Pages
Dimensions 297 x 142 mm
Format Pamphlet with inserts
Year 2024

LCBA's guide to Risograph printing designed and illustrated by Esther McManus with inserts by Annie Strachan and Sonnenzimmer (Nick Butcher & Nadine Nakanishi).

The Riso (Ree-so), or Risograph, duplicator is a low cost and environmentally friendly printing process that can produce results that are rich in colour and texture, and look a bit analogue due to its unique mechanics. A printing process particularly suited for fliers, posters, comics and zines.

A two-colour Riso duplicator is part of LCBA's open-access studio programme. Find out more here.

Esther McManus makes books & comics that explore personal & collective relationships to history, often informed by archival research. She is interested in print's historical role in the production and distribution of knowledge, informed by a background in silkscreen and Risograph printing. 

She is the Practices Tutor for Print Production on the BA Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts London). 

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