We can’t seem to decide how we’re pronouncing “risograph.” Does the “riso” part rhyme with chorizo? Or is it more like the beginning of rise-o and shine-o?
In any case, everyone here does agree wholeheartedly that we’re in love with risograph prints. We’ve about covered our office in these neon screenprint-like gems. So, today we’re sharing pics of the insides of our new robo-riso-maker (we love its inky guts) and our tips on what photos make the very best risograph prints.
We can’t seem to get enough of metallics in home décor, but we have read the saga of King Midas.
We’ve learned from his mistakes and promise to only decorate with gold, silver, brass, copper and other metals, in moderation.
Here are 10 of our favorite ways to get down with this Midasian trend.
When inspiration strikes, Laura Helen Winn rolls with it.
Her friends’ yummy Vietnamese food inspired a skateboard design, which inspired a photoshoot, that in turn inspired the creation of the Rice Paper Scissors Zine.
We asked her all about it and ended up finding inspiration of our own. Read on. Be inspired.
Turns out it is possible to deck your walls and remain in the good graces of your landlord. It just takes a few simple supplies, some ingenuity and a little know-how. You grab the supplies, we’ve got the know-how.
Why are we here? Where’s the Nutella? How big can I print this photo?
Some mysteries are too big to solve, but the printing thing? Oh, we’ve got this printing thing down and we’re here to help.
We’re going to explain how to find the file size of your, yes, your photo, and just what that means in the grand scheme of (printing) things.
What’s a Zine?
Indigenous to anywhere anyone has ever had something to say, a zine is a self published mini magazine or pamphlet. They’re often printed on home printers, photo copiers or handwritten/drawn and passed out for free or traded. They can cover absolutely any subject.