When graphic designers make printed things, they consider 'what' form to make and 'how' to produce it at the same time. When limitations arise during production, designers invent forms that overcome them. Historically, many graphic designers have attempted to practice various techniques by taking advantage of these limitations that arise during the production process.
This workshop aims to understand the characteristics and possibilities of forms that are captured in the limitation of RISO printing and to create artwork with them. Making graphics using the theme of a printing technique is a good opportunity for designers to understand both that production process and to do research at the same time.