Combining the basic principles of screen-printing & rubber stamping, print gocco is a self-contained system that exposes & prints in one unit . Using flash bulbs similar to those found in old cameras, an original image is thermally imprinted on a master screen. Prints are made by pressing the ink-applied master screen against paper. Gocco was first introduced in Japan in 1977. In 2008, production of the gocco was ceased.

parrott design studio is home to three print goccos including the PG-Arts for Paper, PG-5, & PG-11. The studio began with the PG-5 & has come a long way. The studio still prints custom invitations with the goccos & its limited supplies, but as they say, good things must come to an end…eventually.