Tag : Gocco

Gocco Manhoru

I recently crossed something off my Book Arts Bucket List - I completed my first Gocco edition! We're just going to ignore the fact that I've had my Gocco since 2008.So what motivated the project? The Book Arts Guild of Vermont is in the midst of hosting a challenge where participants create an

Heather’s wedding suite

As I recently mentioned, I was a bridesmaid in my sister in-law's wedding. I had never been a bridesmaid before and was quite honored to have been chosen. Among my many responsibilities was to go to a fireworks store (yes, they exist - apparently within 5 minutes of my home) and

No longer a Gocco newbie!

Almost 2.5 years ago, I bought a Gocco machine. For those of you who don't know what a Gocco is, you can read more about it on the Save Gocco website. I can now declare that I have successfully completed my first print run! Yes, you read that right. It took me

More Gocco anxiety…

As I mentioned back in May, panic motivated me to finally buy a Gocco printer. I bought it for $150 from Japan, which included shipping. To buy a new machine now, you'd have to pay anywhere from $295 - $485.95, not including shipping. Gocco printers are not going for much

Gocco is mine!

It's official. I am a panic shopper. Yesterday the Riso Kagaku Corporation announced that it would stop making Gocco printers in June 2008. Many of you are saying to yourselves, "Whazza Gocco? Never heard of it." Check out this link to the Save Gocco website - you can see one

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