A risograph is a printing machine, that was developed during the ’80s in Japan. Making risographs has similarities to screen printing but without its toxic chemicals. Considering its different inks, the used materials, and its energy efficiency, the risograph is probably the most ecological copying technique today.
Aside from these advantages for the environment, the visual results are just as amazing. Its fresh colors, unique textures, and slight variations make the look and feel of risographs so charming. For my risograph art prints, I chose works of mine that benefit from these attributes and gain their final touch through this printing method.