Christmas Competition #4 – Hahnemühler Calendar 2018 ‘Maritim’

We start the 4th Christmas competition of the holiday season, with an exclusive prize of Hahnemühle art calendars ready for 2018!  Bring elements of the seaside into your home, studio or office with twelve maritime motifs from this year’s annual painting competition. The lucky three winners will own a limited edition prize, which is not…


Christmas raffle 2017 – Your chance to win a Brush Lettering Set

As 2017 comes to a close, we look back with pleasure to a successful and exciting 2017. Without you, our customers, this would not have been possible. We thank you for your trust and your loyalty. With our Christmas raffle we would like to spread some Christmas joy to you. On this first Advent you can…


Brighton Pop Up

Hahnemühle is coming to Brighton!

Coming to Brighton for one week only! After the success of our first ever pop up shop in London our next pop up shop location will be Brighton! Our home for the week will be in the more

Merry Christmas raffle!

Dear Hahnemühle friends For us this year ends with good news: Hahnemühle had been awarded as ‘Brand of the Century’. This makes us proud and we go with good cheer for 2016. That’s what we wish you, the Hahnemühle fans, too! You realise with impressive inspiration versatile projects on our papers, we report about on…


Kwaku Alston- American celebrity photographer

When did you discover your passion for photography?
My passion for photography started when I was around 14 years old, during a hard time for my family after my uncle had died suddenly. My mother inherited a box of his belongings, and in that box was a 35mm film camera with a set of lenses. Of course I began to tinker with the camera with no appreciation for what a fragile and expensive instrument this was. I ended up taking one of the zoom lenses apart and couldn’t put it back together. My mother discovered this pretty quickly, and I thought she’d be more than a little upset with me. After all, I’d destroyed her brother’s cherished gear. But no, she just said maybe I should take a photography class and learn how to fix that lens and operate that camera. So I listened to mom, and enrolled in a black and white workshop at High School. There was no turning back.