Collection by Studio Una

Riso Prints

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Risography is a environmental friendly printing technique from Japan, the ink is soy based and similar to screenprinting. The bright spot colors of the Risograph are transferred by a print drum to the paper. This technique has special „riso-like“ effects like gradients, shifted objects or watercolor-like surfaces. This makes each print unique. www.unashop.de

The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
This geometric artwork consists of thousands of printed dots, which produce light and dark areas.
The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
This two-color print consists of various dots forming two gradients, that cover each other.
This two-color print consists of various dots forming two gradients, that cover each other.
The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
This geometric artwork consists of thousands of printed dots, which produce light and dark areas.
This geometric artwork consists of thousands of printed dots, which produce light and dark areas.
The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
The prints of the „Graphic Architecture“ Series show minimalistic graphic architectural objects.
This two-color print consists of various dots forming two gradients, that cover each other.
This geometric artwork consists of thousands of printed dots, which produce light and dark areas.
This two-color print consists of various dots forming two gradients, that cover each other.
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