8 and 9 July 2016, A Peek into The Kitchen of Hato Press and Wobby.club

PrintRoom welcomes Hato Press (UK) and Wobby (NL) for presentations and a publication workshop in Rotterdam, the second weekend of events in our summer program.
8 July, 8 – 10 pm (doors open at 7.30)
** HATO PRESS, presentation by Justin Bailey and Margherita Huntley
** WOBBY presentation by Marjolein Schalk and Jeroen de Leijer
** After the break you can learn how to draw a masterpiece during a master class by Jeroen de Leijer
9 July, 11 am – 4 pm
**Riso workshop with Hato Press

Join us to see the work of our fellow risograph printers, artists designers, illustrators and publishers from London and Tilburg; and to contribute to a new book with them!

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Hato Press is an independent printing and publishing house based in London, well-known for their inventive Risograph printing. Hato was established in 2009 to act as a support structure to help sustain its members’ practices and offer an affordable means of production for others. Hato now comprises of three parts: Hato Press, a printing and publishing house; Studio Hato, a design studio specialising in publications, exhibitions, education and workshops and its newest member Hato Labo, an interactive design studio.

Wobby.club is a collaboration of visual artists Jeroen de Leijer and Marjolein Schalk (Studio De Leijer) and Steppie Lloyd Trumpstein.
Four times a year they publish and print on riso the humorous, quirky zine Wobby, with contributions by various guest artists: a.o. Daan Botlek! Gees Voorhees! Paul Faassen! JipPiet! and Bobbi Oskam!
The new issue has work by Danielle Lemaire, Maia Matches, Nick J. Swarth, Roos Vlogman en Berend Vonk.

Saturday 9 July,  11am – 4 pm

Riso workshop with Hato Press, to compile, edit,  lay out and print a small series of booklets. These publications will bring together the documentation and related material compiled from the foraging walk and fermentation workshop with Zsófia Sonja Illés (Collective Plant, HU) and Anne-Lise Vredenbregt (Cuisine Vagabonde, NL) which took place on 26 June.

These new publications serve as the pilot of our series NET Books, a collection of instruction books (cook books, DIY books, manuals) in which we’ll collaborate with like minded publication initiatives, including X Marks the Bökship (UK), Temporary Services (US), Collective Plant (HU), Hato Press (UK) and more. The digital files for NET Books will be distributed between these organisations and each of them will print their version on their own stencil machine and distribute the collection via their network.

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