Print is [not] dead, is a project that was created to inform the design world that print is still alive and still is a viable medium for design. A booklet was created using a number of papers in various textures, to replicate the one of the main points of the project; which is the fact that digital cannot yet produce the sensory effect that holding something physical in your hand creates. The cover was printed on a Risograph in bright neon ink which points to the fact that age-old printing methods can still produce an engaging experience for the audience.
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
 Print is [not] dead, is a project that was created to inform the design world that print is still alive and still is a viable medium for design. A booklet was created using a number of papers in various textures, to replicate the one of the main points of the project; which is the fact that digital cannot yet produce the sensory effect that holding something physical in your hand creates. The cover was printed on a Risograph in bright neon ink which points to the fact that age-old printing methods can still produce an engaging experience for the audience.
       
     

Print is [not] dead, is a project that was created to inform the design world that print is still alive and still is a viable medium for design. A booklet was created using a number of papers in various textures, to replicate the one of the main points of the project; which is the fact that digital cannot yet produce the sensory effect that holding something physical in your hand creates. The cover was printed on a Risograph in bright neon ink which points to the fact that age-old printing methods can still produce an engaging experience for the audience.