Hahnemühle´s fabulous world of papers – Part 2: Raw materials and properties of artist paper

We’re continuing with our little encyclopaedia, ‘Hahnemühle´s fabulous world of papers’, and we’ll explain the most important parameters of artist papers to you in this second part. Now that you know all about the production processes and the difference between genuine mould-made paper and Watercolour paper, you’ll learn here what paper is made of and…

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Hahnemühle´s fabulous world of papers – Part 1: How artist papers are made?

You’re bound to know how it feels to stand, simply astonished, in front of the shelf containing all the beautiful artist papers in the specialist store, or to browse through the online dealers, wondering what paper you should get? What paper texture suits your subject? What’s the difference between genuine mould-made paper and Watercolour paper?…

Christmas raffle 3nd Advent

Christmas giveaway: Animal-sweet in ‘the Zig Zag book’

For the 3rd Advent we raffle two small packages for all watercolour lovers. Each of these two packages contain a tutorial book from Topp-Verlag ‘Watercolor Wild and Free’ (in German). Natalie Skatula shows in simple step-by-step instructions how to create animal-sweet watercolor projects. In addition to enchanting animals and trendy plants, you can also learn…

Hahnemühle Student Photo Competition 2019

Hahnemühle Student Photo Competition – Fantastic stories and creative concepts

“Fantastic stories that are a good example of how the world has not yet been fully documented by photographers.” summarizes Rolf Nobel, photographer, experienced judge and former professor of photojournalism and documentary photography, the first Hahnemühle Student Photo Competition. The first international Hahnemühle Student Photo Competition started on 01 March 2019. The motto seemed simple:…