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Sriracha Riso Print

Sriracha Riso Print

This Risograph print in bright red on a creamy warm white heavyweight paper began as a for-fun piece of art I made years ago. In my early 20s, I lived in Brooklyn and Sriracha was really having its first explosive moment in the U.S. I used to carry a small bottle of it in my purse to brunch at Enid’s in Greenpoint because I just couldn’t get enough of it! My appreciation for spicy asian sauces and toppings knows no bounds but it all started with the OG sriracha. I redrew the art in 2023 to be a bit more fun and goopy (the original was a thinner script) and printed it on my Riso with a heavy ink coverage for a velvety and rich outcome. 
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11" x 14"

Edition Info & Materials

Open Edition

Each print is individually signed and dated

1-color Risograph on 80# Neenah Natural White paper

Framing Instructions

Nothing beats custom framing, but if you're looking for an economical option for standard-sized frames I highly recommend Opposite Wall’s natural oak frames. To best protect your print from sun damage, I recommend replacing the plexi with UV plexi or glass.

I’m also a fan of Well Made Co. oak magnetic hangers. I tested a lot of magnetic hanging options and they were by far the best quality. Magnetic hangers are great for large or odd-sized prints.

  • Sketch

    Every piece of art begins as a sketch, exploring different layouts and styles. These days I do most of my sketches on an iPad in Procreate.

  • Final Art

    The final vector artwork is drafted point by point in Adobe Illustrator. I love getting lost in the details and spending hours perfecting curves.

  • Risograph!

    Color separations are made, masters are burned, and the final artwork is printed one color at a time on my SF5130 Risograph duplicator.

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Printed on my Riso!

All of my risograph prints are created on my SF5130 Risograph in my Oakland office. I am in love with this machine and am addicted to accumulating new color drums for it!