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Translates to 'trimmed edge', meaning the outer edge of the pages of a book.
Though they look like big office printers, riso machines push ink, one colour at a time, through a stencil wrapped around a drum as paper is fed through it at high speeds. As these machines run cold and use soy-based ink, they are energy efficient, create minimal waste and are a generally more environmentally friendly way to print.
Because ink is pushed through a stencil of teeny-tiny-holes one colour at a time, sometimes you get mis-registration (misalignment, sorta like in newspapers!) and small differences in ink coverage, which means every single print is unique and special.
We sell our own brand products wholesale to retailers in addition to purchasing small press and independent titles for our own store. If you'd like to discuss either buying or selling to us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Koguchi Press began with illustrator and graphic designer, Bon Idle (Mitch Proctor) as a home for his comics. We now publish other artists' work from around the world and are always looking for more exciting work to publish and people to work with.
In particular, we want to publish more comics!
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