Landfill Editions

Hi, my name’s Riso. I’m here to help you!

Risograph duplicator printers were invented by the Japanese company Riso in the mid 1980s. They were designed to duplicate fast and cheaply and have duly been embraced by church groups, schools, community centres and political parties around the world. But now, over 20 years since the printers first appeared, a new type of user is emerging as graphic artists around the world embrace the unique qualities of Riso printing

Where is the content? Where is the comment?

Illustration has become entrenched in navel-gazing and self-authorship, says Lawrence Zeegen. Obsessed with its own craft, it has withdrawn from society’s big debates to focus on the chit-chat of inner sanctum nothingness. It’s time for the profession to stop pleasing itself and engage with the world outside

Come in, we’re Open

OPEN studio is more than just a space in which young designers and illustrators work. It’s a hub of critique, support and collaborative thinking

CRTV: OPEN Studio / Landfill Editions film

In the first of a fresh series of studio-visit films, we visited London’s OPEN Studio to find out about its residents’ shared philosophy and also to talk to one of its founders, Hugh Frost, about his Landfill Editions publishing project…

New record sleeves from Brian Eno, COS/MES, Nick Jaguar, and more

It’s time for a round up of new record sleeves that have caught our eye of late. First up is the rather tasty Limited Edition Box Set of Brian Eno’s forthcoming album, his first release on Warp Records: Small Craft On A Milk Sea – a musical collaboration with Jon Hopkins and Leo Abrahams…

Landfill Editions & Manymono at OPEN Studio

Hugh Frost is one of the founders of OPEN Studio (which is featured in our November 2010 issue). In this CRTV film we take a look inside the studio, and at Frost’s individual practice, publishing company Landfill Editions…

A5 joy: some nice new zines

Over the last week, I’ve received various A5 packages, each containing a lovingly made, limited edition, A5 publication, invariably filled with colourful illustrations. Thought I’d share some with you…

Calavera prints by Telegramme

Celebrate the Day of the Dead a little earlier this year, with this great set of prints from London-based studio, Telegramme…

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