Hahnemühle Digital Fineart Ink-Jet Papers
for Sheet and Roll Formats



         harman

The range includes paper and canvas with different grammage and surface structure. Photographers and artists are using the premium coated original artist inkjet papers and canvases for custom photography, digital art and painting-/ photographic reproduction. The original coating of Hahnmühle papers from traditional manufacturing preserves their haptic exclusiveness and guarantees long-lasting true-to-detail prints that meet the requirements of museums and galleries. By working closely with leading manufacturers of Inkjet plotters, papers and technology ensures inks are perfectly matched.

Hahnemühle FineArt inkjet papers and canvases are acid-free and extremely age resistant. Multiple awards by TIPA, BIPP and American Photo confirm the exceptional quality of the products.

The Digital FineArt Collection is divided into the following product lines: Matte FineArt - artist papers with matte surfaces in smooth and textured finish, Glossy FineArt - artist papers with glossy coating, and Canvas FineArt - canvas made ​​of cotton or poly-cotton.

HARMAN PROFESSIONAL INKJET BY HAHNEMÜHLE

Hahnemühle and HARMAN, both renowned for expertise and excellence, unite to create a range of eight media for the sophisticated Fine Art inkjet print.

The name HARMAN originates from Alfred Harman, the founder of the company ILFORD. As the leading manufacturer of black and white photo papers Ilford are well-known, particularly to the fans of classic Baryta paper all around the world. HARMAN technology Ltd took over the black and white photo manufacturing element of ILFORD in 2005. Since then, their development of new inkjet coatings has resulted in HARMAN's ability to produce the best inkjet media with the look and feel of traditional darkroom paper.

Corresponding ICC-profiles for your plotter can be downloaded free of charge at the homepage of Hahnemühle at: www.hahnemühle.com




 

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