Working together with MA Fashion Design pathway leader Delia Crowe and associate Professor Reem Alasadi, Studio 3015 produced this Lookbook featuring work from their 2015 graduating class. The studio employed a range of printing techniques in order to produce the final publication. The first layer was printed at Pureprint on a digital Indigo press, giving the high quality finish that is needed when working with fashion photography. The next layers were then printed in-house in Winchester School of Art’s Publisher Hub on the Risograph. 3015 designers used a range of riso inks at different opacities to create these vibrant & multi-layered spreads. Graphic Arts students had the opportunity to visit Pureprint to see the finishing stages of press passing, trimming, foil blocking and binding. Thanks to John Mycock at Pureprint for giving the students an insight into print production!

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