Aléa III is an image printing protocol. The idea is to print DIY posters, acknowledging the defects of a classic home printer.
The division is made on multiple sheets, their margins, the irregularity of the ink jet printing screen and the amount of color control. These create the singularity of each printed sheet. The protocol allows the user to turn a common internet picture into a personal and unique one.
To make the posters, it was important to think about the joining action, of two or four sheets together. This leads to a clipping system to assemble these posters.