Riso Printed Notecards: Color Wheel
The word Colour derived from Latin word "Colos” which means "a cover’"
Analogous colours are groups of three colours that sit next to each other on the colour wheel, sharing a common colour with one being the dominant colour which tends to be a primary or secondary colour and a tertiary.
These charming folded notecards are printed in small batches by London-based Scout Editions on the Risograph. The Risograph originated from Japan and was manufactured by the Riso Kagaku Corporation in 1980. It was intended to be used as a copier for high-volume needs in establishments such as schools, clubs, churches, colleges, and political campaigns. Born out of the mimeograph, the Risograph brought together several printing processes previously done manually. The Risograph uses plant-based ink and the machines are incredibly energy efficient with a minimum amount of waste. Riso means ideal in Japanese.