Interview with Henthorne; well known black & white landscape photographer

Jason Henthorne is an international award-winning artist who works in the medium of high contrast black and white photography. Influenced primarily by his passion for the oceans of the world, these intersections of ocean and earth provide the backdrop for his minimalistic ethereal visions of cumulative time. For his latest project Between Worlds” he cooperated with sandsulpture artist Amador and Hahnemühle. We are pleased to present an insight of black/white seascape photography by the American photographer.

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Travis Hodges makes the ordinary seem extraordinary

Here at Hahnemühle we were lucky enough to grab an interview with the talented photographer Travis Hodges. Based in the streets of London where photographic inspiration comes alive, Travis finds his muse amongst people.
Hodges is absolutely fascinated by, not just celebrities, but also ordinary people. He likes to get stuck into these projects and examine who we are as a person and what it is exactly that makes us who we are. Read more to find out about Travis Hodges’ inspirations and recommendations of Hahnemühle’s paper for prints of his contemporary photography.

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Jay Fine – PPE Artist Signing on October 24 at noon

Our final PPE Artist Signing will be from Jay Fine – make time to arrive at the Hahnemühle booth #655 by noon on October 24 to receive an autographed print from Fine on our Photo Silk Baryta paper – winner of the 2014 TIPA award for “Best Inkjet Photo Paper”! “One of the most pleasing…

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Alice Gao – PPE Artist Signing on October 24 at 11am

Alice Gao will be joining us at PPE booth #655 on October 24th at 11am – meet her and receive a signed print of her artwork on Photo Rag® 308! Alice is an NYC-based travel and still life photographer who has worked with clients such as Conde Nast Traveler, Mercedes-Benz, NY Times Magazine, La Mer,…

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Adam Woodworth – PPE Artist Signing on October 23 at 3pm

Adam Woodworth will be in the Hahnemühle PPE booth #655 on October 23 at 3pm to sign limited edition prints of his artwork, made on our William Turner 310 fine art paper. Prints are limited so show up early! “It took hours of patience to shoot and edit my Milky Way shot at Screw Auger…

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Mark Mann- PPE Artist Signing on October 23 at 1pm

Mark Mann will be appearing in the Hahnemühle Booth #655 on October 23 at 1pm during PhotoPlus Expo. Attendees can receive an autographed print of Mann’s on our Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth fine art paper. Mark Mann is a celebrity and sports photographer. He was born in Glasgow, where he lived until he went to…

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Jerome Brunet – PPE Artist Signing on October 23 at 11am

On October 23 at 11am, Jerome Brunet will be meeting fans and signing limited edition prints made on Photo Rag® 308 – the fine art prints are first-come, first-served so arrive at Hahnemühle Booth #655 early! “From day one, Hahnemühle has been my paper of choice for my rock & roll photography. The sumptuous look…

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Scott Frances – PPE Artist Signing on October 22 at 1pm

Scott Frances will be appearing in the Hahnemühle Booth #655 on October 22 at 1pm for an exclusive artist signing – do not miss your chance to meet the artist and received a limited edition print on the new FineArt Baryta Satin paper! “I was born to a NYC home filled with mid-century furniture, two…

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Victoria Will – PPE Artist Signing on October 22 at noon

On October 22 from 12-1pm, Victoria Will is signing limited edition prints on Photo Rag® Baryta at Hahnemühle Booth #655. Printed are limited so arrive early to meet the artist and receive your fine art print. Victoria began her career at the New York Post where she was a staff photographer. In a news environment…

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Caution addictive! Tangling on Hahnemühle paper

Draw your way to more peace and serenity with our YouTangle.art cards! For the creative break Hahnemühle now offers tangle cards – also called tiles – in a stylish metal box. Each box contains 25 cards of the perfect paper for the trendy, meditative drawing. The square tiles with rounded edges allow smooth, precise lines with fineliners and pencils. Tangle artists use also colored pencils, gel and brush pens and also ink markers.

The 9×9 cm cards are offered by Hahnemühle in a hands storage, metal box. The cards – painted or unpainted – are held like in a treasure box and are easy to carry. With YouTangle.art you can draw anywhere at anytime with a couple of pens.

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