This week, Lucky Risograph has filled our shelves and walls with prints, zines, accordion books, postcards, and some bold red anthuriums—their favorite.

“Connecting with creatives in New York and all around the world in our shared goal to keep print accessible and alive, as well as seeing the different applications of riso printing across various practices,” is the best part about doing what they do, Lucky says. “Also being able to share the joy that people experience when they see their project printed in riso!”

The works throughout the shop—from sardine prints to a book about chalk rocks, smudge sticks  and more—are brought to life by the owners Amanda Chung, Chuck Kuan, and Christopher Lucero, and collaborators Jeffrey Dell, Elizabeth Goodspeed, Jonathan DeDecker, Dang Wayne Olsen, Julm Studios.

Happy browsing!