Risograph Workshop/ Book Binding Workshop

Today we had a book binding induction. Started with looking at different kind of books, printed with risograph or screen printer. There were many interesting examples, that gave me many ideas for my book for Petticoat Lane project. There’s some examples:

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After this, we’ve started binding our own books using glue. It’s a really simple, but exiting way to do it. I’ve made myself a very first notebook! Also, after this tutor has shown us few more different ways you can bind your books. There was a lot to learn from!

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Other half of the day we’ve spent organising and doing riso printing. It was a bit disappointing to find out about a price for it and the thing that we’re not allowed to use it by ourselves, we have to be with a tutor. There’s what we did today:

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One thought on “Risograph Workshop/ Book Binding Workshop

  1. Bookbinding is such a useful skill, anything can become a book! Make your own versions!

    The riso prints you made looks really interesting! Yeah it costs, but you can print loads to a professional standard. Such a nice quality to the print too!

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