Riso Printed Notecards: Bauhaus

$18.00

The Bauhaus movement was founded in 1919 by German architect Walter Gropius. A school of ideas, experimenting in applied arts, design, architecture and educational methods. It was famous for the approach to design that it publicised and taught. The German term Bauhaus means ‘building a house’ was also known as ‘School of Building’.

These charming folded notecards are printed in small batches by London-based Scout Editions on the risograph. Riso printing is an energy-efficient process, similar to screen printing, in which the artwork is burnt onto a master. The master is then hand-fed layer by layer through a print drum. Please note that prints will vary slightly and offsetting may occur, making each a charming limited edition of one. 

We are so pleased to be the only U.S. stockist of Scout Editions’ coveted designs.

Packaged as a set of 4 notecards, each paired with a grey envelope.
Soy-based inks
High-quality FSC certified paper from GF Smith Papers
Folded card size: 80mm x 104mm

 

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