Risograph printers were introduced in the 1980s as an affordable way to print copies. Over the years, Risograph has gained popularity with designers and artists; it’s eco-friendly, affordable and produces vibrant and (excitingly) unpredictable results. It works similarly to screenprinting using spot colour application, with the speed of a photocopier. The opacity can be varied so riso inks can be layered to create colour mixes. Inks we currently use are Black, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Fluorescent Pink.