Eye no. 104 vol. 26, 2023

Hiromu Oka’s animated titles for Hodo Station (a long-running Japanese news programme on TV Asahi) 
make use of an unusually lengthy process: Risograph printing. By working this way, 
Oka aims to capture the ‘textural authenticity’ lost by digitally synthesising natural textures and patterns.
He notes that digital methods can add depth and ‘warmth’ to computer-generated imagery, 
but worries that this is ‘only pseudo’, however much skill goes into the process …
Gabriela Matuszyk designer, writer, editor, London

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