002.Back In Your Arms

The Man Behind the Man

Off Beat Lounge is a Norfolk based company (in fact it’s next door to our UK office!) that boasts one of the world’s largest collections of rare, limited edition fine art album covers, music-related art and photography. Working alongside some of the most famous music photographers including; Jo Lopez, Aubrey Powell, Denis O’Regan, Dieter Zill, Michael…

La Frontera Photography Project: Artists along the US Mexican Border

A tweet on Twitter by Stefan Falke – German photographer based in New York – hashtagged #paper #hahnemuehle #limitededitions etc. drew our attention to his exciting project. La Frontera is a growing contemporary artistic and photographic portfolio which is printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth. The portfolio will be on display at Triennale of…

Are you familiar with 'Hahnemühle Photo', our entry-level range for inkjet printing?

Honored with several awards, Hahnemühle Photo range comprises the first PE-based papers with microporous inkjet coating as well as entry level fine art paper grades with matt or glossy surfaces and in addition a canvas. We are pleased to launch three new members of the Hahnemühle Photo range at ‘The Photography Show’ in Birmingham (UK):…

Tradition obliged: Hahnemühle celebrates 431 years of papermaking

Only a few companies can proudly look back on such a long, uninterrupted tradition. Founded in 1584 we are the oldest German papermakers manufacturing papers for traditional and digital working artists as well as industrial papers. We are celebrating our 431st anniversary as worldmarket leader for Digital FineArt Papers and staying or growing strong in…

How does a photographer create a unique artwork?

Peter and Ursula Schäublin, photographers from Switzerland, had been thinking about this question. They printed their impressive nature photographs from the ‘Iceland Art Project‘ on Hahnemühle PhotoRag® Ultra Smooth and mounted the prints on large steel plates. These plates were exposed to wind and weather in Iceland and weathered during the photo tour. So singular works…