This print is one of only 37 created, so don't wait to place your order!

 

RISO duplicating ink is soy based. The fluorescent pink pigment used for your risography is a fragile emulsion which can "drool" if rubbed. Take care of it!

 

Artist: Based in Paris in the 18th arrondissement, LarotK is originally from Brest (Brittany). He uses traditional and digital drawing techniques.

 

Piece: “Jean-Pierre” Risographed drawing (Maison Riso) in 37 copies on Munken print 115g paper 

 

Inspiration: Jean-Pierre Bacri, as photographed in 2004 by J-F. Robert

 

The technique used: According to the printing studio, Maison Riso, "Risography is close to mechanized screen printing. A risograph is a type of duplicator: a machine based on the technique of reproduction by stencil, allowing for prints with a very graphic rendering, in large quantities. The shape of the current risograph emerged in the 1980s, but the principle dates back to the mimeograph. Its name comes from RISO Kagaku Corporation, a Japanese firm named after its inventor."

 

RISO duplicating ink is soy based. The fluorescent pink pigment used for your risography is a fragile emulsion which can "drool" if rubbed.

 

"Jean-Pierre” Risographed Drawing

SKU: 366615376135191
€20.00Price
  • This print is one of only 37 created, so don't wait to place your order!

    RISO duplicating ink is soy based. The fluorescent pink pigment used for your risography is a fragile emulsion which can "drool" if rubbed. Take care of it!