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走啤 LET'S RUN

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獎項優選 Distinction;

國家或地區Hong Kong香港

公司/團隊 flip & roll press 翻滾出版

設計師姓名 秦啟峰、劉奕東、林沛鈺( Chun Kai Fung、 Lau Yik Tung、 Lam Pui Yuk)

作品介紹

走啤LET'S RUN是翻滾出版的第一個設計和生產作品。在西元2018年首度成立RISO數位快速印刷設計工作室時,我們希望能藉由一個合作型態的項目始嶄露頭角。首先,我們邀請三位藝術家一同參與幾場討論會議和頭腦風暴會議。由於旅行是我們大家共同的嗜好,於是便決定製作一副以「旅行」為主題的插畫撲克牌。我們製作撲克牌的動機不外乎是希望能將更平易近人的「藝術印刷品」帶給廣大群眾。 這個團隊由五個成員組成,其中一人繪製兩張鬼牌,其餘四個則負責繪製各一種花色(十三張)的紙牌。每一張紙牌都帶有每一位成員獨特的親身經驗和旅行回憶:有些是令人感動萬分的時刻,其他則是些既有趣又愚蠢的突發事件。這些插畫故事皆繪於紙牌的正面,搭配背後整面「對花印花符號」的圖案。這個圖案的靈感源自商業印刷所使用的印刷標記。總體來看,這副紙牌想表達的正是我們對開啟下一場異國旅程的渴望。 至於LET'S RUN的中文商標,其靈感的啟發是來自印刷過程中的錯誤打印。變形的中文字呼應非套版標記之印刷,通常看起來像一件解構藝術作品。 這副撲克牌採用孔版印刷技術印製成黑色與金色的圖樣(我們過去僅有的顏色)。孔版印刷技術是一種與網版印刷極為相似的數位快速印刷技術。其印刷過程較為冗長,這是因為我們的機器一次僅能印製一個顏色。較困難的部分則是須先在其中一面上套上兩種顏色,而後又得在另一面上成功套上另一種顏色。印刷完成後,我們將它們裁切成各自獨立的牌卡,並將每個角落剪成圓形。 或許要自行刻製木盒也是我們碰上的另一個難題。我們希望能為這副撲克牌量身打造一只合適的外盒,但鑒於需求數量有限,經由網路搜尋購得並非明智之舉。最後我們買了長形的木匾,並將它們切成適當的尺寸大小,刨出插槽,然後再用一滑動蓋將它們全數組裝起來。對沒什麼木工經驗的人來說,這絕對是一項大工程。 走啤LET'S RUN首次於西元2018年春天在台北國際書展亮相販售,接著在復活節去到了香港。多虧香港版畫工作室的贊助,我們得以在隔年夏天為此作品和孔版印刷術舉辦為期兩星期的展覽。

LET'S RUN is the first design and production project of flip & roll press. Back in 2018 when we just founded our risograph printing and design studio, we wanted to kick start with a collaborative project. To begin with, we invited three artists to join us for a few meetings and brainstorming sessions. We then came to a conclusion that the project would be making a deck of illustration playing cards, with the theme of 'travel', which is our common interests. Our intention of producing playing cards was to make 'art prints' more approachable to the wider public. With a total of five participants, one of us illustrated two joker cards, and the other four illustrated one suit (thirteen cards) each. For each card, it is a recollection of a very unique and personal travel experience — some of them are touching moments, while others are funny and stupid incidents. The illustrative stories are on the front of the cards, and a full page of 'registration marks' pattern on the back. The pattern was inspired by printing marks used in commercial printing. All together, the deck expresses how much we are longing for the next trip abroad. The chinese logo of LET'S RUN is also inspired by the 'failed prints' from the printing process. The deformed chinese characters echoes with the non-registered prints which usually looks like a piece of deconstruction art. The deck of cards are printed with risograph in black and gold colours (the only colour we had back then). Risograph is a digital printing technique very similar to screen printing. The 'screen' is actually a piece of wax paper instead of a silk screen. The printing process is rather long and tedious as our machine could only print one colour at a time. The difficult part is to register the two colours on one side, plus the other colour on the other perfectly. After the printing is finished, we trimmed them into individual cards and cut all the corners rounded. Perhaps another hurdle was to craft the wooden boxes ourselves. As we wished to customise a perfect-fit box for the cards, given the limited quantity we needed, sourcing them online was not practical. We ended up buying long wood plaques, cutting them into sizes, routing out the slots, and putting them all together, with a sliding cover. It was not the most easiest job for someone who did not have a lot of wood-working experience. LET'S RUN was first sold at Taipei International Book Exhibition in spring 2018, then in Hong Kong in the following Easter. We were sponsored by the Hong Kong Open Printshop to organise a two-week exhibition about the project and risograph printing in summer.

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