Today’s article is all about the Deckle Edge. A piece of papermaking tradition. A look and feel from the old world. A paper with a soft feathered edge – the exclusive deckle edge.
Hahnemühle offers three of its Digital FineArt paper grades with a deckle edge: Photo Rag® 308 gsm, William Turner 310 gsm and Museum Etching 350 gsm. These papers for the professional digital FineArt printing have the look and feel of a traditional artist paper with original deckle edges. They give every float-framed print a special touch. Many artists, such as Richard Beland like the fringed edge and see it as an important part for their artistic statement.
But do you know how a deckle edge is formed/ created and what makes it such a specialty paper, nowadays? If you cannot answer this question with a YES, why not scroll down and check out today’s article. We give you a short explanation with just five sentences. It is worth the read!
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