Ricohs Printer Ink To Be Used In Producing Art Book By John Cleese
Ricoh UK is involved in an artistic project, which will use its printer ink technology to produce a book supported by comedian John Cleese.
The Ricoh Pro C901 Graphic Arts Edition colour press was chosen to print the photography in a book, which documents the process of sculptor Johnathon Wylder creating a collection of his works.
Furthermore, the publication titled JW2, that features text written by John Cleese after he interviewed Wylder, will see all profits going to charity Mencap.
Stephen Palmer, production print director at Ricoh UK, said: "For the Ricoh Pro C901 Graphic Arts Edition to be identified as the press of choice for such a prestigious artistic and photographic project confirms the performance of this highly versatile system."
He added that the printer can use a variety of paper grades and with its ink will create a stand-out and eye-catching book.
Recently, Ricoh was recognised by the FTSE4Good Index for the eighth consecutive year for its environmental management approach.
Posted by Jamie Foster