During this class, I learned how to use a risograph printer, a three-dimensional rendering program, and learned how much work goes into preparing an exhibition. This project below is a final process and reflection spread, which was printed with a risograph printer. The final product was a book with every student's spreads bound together.
For the first project, our class was in contact with a graphic design class located in China who were participating in the same project. For our final class book, I made a spread dedicated to them and the work they produced.
"I started with silly ideas like making a lowercase g out of cherries – it looked horrible – but then my style developed into a more refined, cohesive body of work."