Risograph

The ever-changing face of Bowie

David Bowie is a man of many faces, a fact borne out by the selection of 45 7-inch single sleeves soon to be exhibited at The Vinyl Factory in London’s Chelsea…

Creative Spark’s Little Print Shop of Horrors

To coincide with Halloween, Manchester branding agency Creative Spark has created a series of classic horror film-themed posters which are being exhibited and sold to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care…

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

Riso printing: introducing Melbourne’s A Small Press

The largest feature in our forthcoming October issue (out next week) is dedicated to the rise in the use of Risograph printers among the graphic art fraternity in recent years. To whet your appetite, here’s a look at the output of graphic designer Stuart Geddes’ A Small Press in Melbourne…

Kraftwerk 45RPM

The Vinyl Factory, in collaboration with The Mott Collection is staging an exhibition of 45 Kraftwerk single covers along with a limited edition publication

D&AD New Blood 2012: our picks

Though installed in a new venue, D&AD’s graduate talent hypermarket, otherwise known as New Blood, is as overwhelming as ever. Patrick Burgoyne battled through the private view crowds to find some favourites

Boat’s A-Z of London Street Food

Included as an insert in Boat magazine’s latest issue devoted to all things London, we came across this A-Z of London Street Food leaflet, designed by Kate Hyde…

Mill Co and Monotype’s type-tastic art show

Creative agency Mill Co teamed up with Monotype Imaging and tasked a selection of image makers to create artworks taking three Monotype fonts – Akko, Neue Haas Grotesk, and Rotis II as inspiration. The show runs in East London until November 24…