Share the RISO experience
Treat your family & friends to their own riso experience with a ticket for one of our 2-colour riso workshops.
This is a perfect present for anyone who's been curious about risograph but isn't sure where to start. You'll be gifting them the chance to make their own beautiful prints in a friendly, fun and supportive environment, and they'll leave with loads of new tips, tricks and inspiration.
Each gift voucher is riso-printed (of course!) on thick A5 recycled card, with their own unique voucher code and all the information they need to book the date of their choice.
Grab our Greatest Hits
The ultimate gift for any riso fan! Walk Don't Walk is our biggest project ever, an ambitious collection of diverse work by some of Scotland's most exciting artists, comic makers and illustrators.
Jam-packed full of inspiring work from:
Aki Hassan, Nicola Henry, Matt Gow, Jules Scheele, Allolune, Lord Zom, Nat Walpole, Maria Stoian, Konstantinos Moutzouvis, Andrew Kiwanuka, HAM, Alistair Smith, Eli Spencer, Sophie Robin, David Baillie, Amy Dunne, Coocoora, Lauren Morsley and Smex.
It's in the cards: RISO TAROT!
Outbound Collective presents a full deck of 78 Tarot Cards, including all Major Arcana and Minor Arcana cards.
Each of the 26 artists involved has designed their two-layer artwork using green and purple inks. Every card has variations and and quirks of production that make each one a work of art.
Shop artwork, comics and T-shirts from our latest artists-in-residence
Using her interest in urban ecologies as a starting point for image making, Celeste gathered inspiration from commons and shared spaces, visualising links, knots, fences and connections.
In a land where the sun has disappeared behind clouds, a cheerful orphan discovers an extraordinary kid who can miraculously make sunlight. Together they embark on a journey to find the kid's home, and maybe even bring back the sun. But does humanity really deserve it?
Exploring the capabilities and alternative uses of fax technologies, thermal paper and the way it repels riso ink, to distortions of reproducing images and the build-up of a dense layering of colours, Sarah Phelan has found new ways of creating and archiving forms.
Capturing the changing colours of her Edinburgh home, Gemma’s work gives a glimpse of a quiet city of street scenes, public parks and under-explored nooks through dawn, dusk and twilight.
Drawing on her screenprinting practise, Ot’s work uses elements of photography augmented with meticulous collage cut-outs and photocopier manipulation to create wobbly, trippy and playful prints of altered realities.