Why the use of the Risograph as your main medium?
It fills a gap in the range of production mediums available and holds a lot of potential for self-publishing, which the team is very much interested in.
Do you believe that excellent design is subjective, progressive or both?
Both, and more.
What is your ultimate goal in Risograph print and design?
We want to explore how we can embrace the Risograph and its limitations as a medium for thinking and making.
What can we expect from you at Singapore Art Book Fair 2016?
We will be showcasing and retailing some of the work we and our friends have produced with the Risograph. You may also find information on workshops that have been conducted by Areas of Interest, as well as information on upcoming workshops to sign up for. We also have Why, O, Why! with us, a new initiative by Pupilpeople focused on design, research and products focused on imagination and creativity for children.
Say something to the fairgoers!
A design should have some tension in itself. I like to compare it with the lines on a football field. It is a strict grid. You can play a great game in the grid or a lousy game. But the goal is to play a really fine game. — Wim Crouwel, (AIGA NY, 2007)
photo credits: Pupilpeople (Pp.)