Counterpart is a design and risograph studio in Atlanta, GA founded by a group of designers with backgrounds in printmaking. We seek to make cool shit for ourselves, our fellow artists, and the community in the great city we live and work in. We print our own work, accept commissioned print jobs, and also donate time and effort to non-profits, activism campaigns, and fundraising efforts.
Established in Quito/Ecuador, Rey Neblina is a workshop devoted to visual narrative, graphic design, and artistic experimentation. We focus on the creation and distribution of ideas through the use of graphic material. As a publishing house we print and distrubute comics, books, fanzines, illustrated books and experimental publications by different local and international artists. If you would like to hire us (or work on a proyect with us), you can contact us at:
Rabbits Road Press is a community risograph print studio and publishing press run by OOMK. The project is based at Rabbits Road Institute, within Old Manor Park Library. The small-scale publishing press provides printing and book binding services for artists and community groups in Newham and beyond.
Created out of Dylan Devine and YEAHYELHSA's (Ashley Olinger) desire to experiment with the Risograph printing process, Hell Yeah Design is Pittsburgh Pennsylvania's first [to our knowledge] Risograph print studio. The studio's objective is to aide the art and design community in creating unique printed materials and offering a platform for the sale of work by themselves and their collaborators.
Creative Publishing Plattform in the making. Focusing on thinking up, producing and publishing limited editions ranging from illustration, photography to fine art – from hilarious to serious. Keen on collaborations.
COLORAMA is a risoprinting studio and a publishing house based in Berlin - It is run by Johanna Maierski since 2015. COLORAMA aims to share its craftmanship to make the process of designing, illustrating, conceptualizing, printing, binding, publishing and distributing as accessible as possible. Therefore the studio offers regular workshops with introductions to basic and specific topics.
Since 2016 Colorama and Aisha Franz host CLUBHOUSE, an event where a group of artists are invited to work collaboratively on the design and production of a publication.