Do the Split - Risograph for Print Enthusiasts

We believe that everyone has a creative side to them, however, life sometimes get in the way of that. Still, it’s important to indulge our creative needs once in awhile. And if you’re already a creative at heart, you can delve deeper with us in our Risograph workshops!

In our Do the Splits workshop, participants will learn about the CMYK Process and the Split Process in Risograph Printing for their artworks. The beauty of Risograph lies in the imperfection and its pop colours. It’s an ideal, stress-free process for anyone who wants to take a break from perfection and monotony! Individuals looking for small to medium sized print runs will also find joy in Risograph and not be overwhelmed by large scale works. Do sign up with us now!
 
Workshop goals:
 
  • Learn to split CMYK Channels and explore colour combinations for 2-4 coloured Risograph prints.

Workshop objectives:

  • Better understanding of the Risograph process.
  • Learning how to use Adobe Photoshop for CMYK Split Channels.

 Workshop outcomes:

  • See how layering and colour changes in Risograph printing compared to other printmaking techniques.
  • 2 colour / 4 colour CMYK A3 Risograph prints per individual x 5.
  • A new skill!

Suitable for ages 16 and up.

All printing materials provided.

Workshop will be held at Knuckles & Notch Studio, 261 Waterloo Street, #02-25, Singapore 180261

Workshop pax: Min 5, max 5
Duration: 3 hours for each session
Price: SGD 90.

To sign up, please fill up our workshop form.

ABOUT

Knuckles & Notch - We are a Risograph publishing and print studio based in Singapore. Our concept of exploring possibilities of print and colour often translates to a series of empirical productions with a hint of morbid humour. In collaboration with other creatives who are willing to push boundaries, we enlighten the public with bright colours and engage them into a waking dream. In addition to creating quirky works, we aim to provide anyone with a sense of aesthetics as an alternative to the conventional printing processes available. We dip towards working with those that seek to achieve effects that differ from mainstream printings.