A.CE Gocco Print - 1/100 - 'Passing' - CLICK HERE

Dimensions: A6 (105mm x 148mm) A limited edition of 100, signed, numbered and embossed.

Hand printed using a Japanese PG-11 Gocco Printer. Developed in 1977 by Noboru Hayama, the Gocco printing is now a dying art form, with printers and supplies difficult to source.

The system works using flash bulbs, a carbon-based image and an emulsion-coated screen. When the bulbs are manually flashed, the carbon in the drawing burns the screen into a stencil.


A favourite past time of ours, here at FUSShop HQ is Gocco Printing.

Print Gocco is a Japanese color screenprinting system developed in 1977 by Noboru Hayama.  Resembling a toy, the compact and self-contained printer is clean, quick and easy to use. 

At one time, nearly 1/3 of all Japanese households owned a Gocco. In the ’90’s, Print Gocco slowly started to develop a following in the indie-craft movement, gaining notoriety as a cost-effective and efficient method of printing multiples.

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