Physical Creativeworld / Paperworld 2022 will not take place in Frankfurt this year again, but Hahnemühle customers, end-users and fans worldwide shouldn’t miss out on news from the well-known and highly esteemed paper manufacturer.
“We simply bring the news to you on your screen, live or recorded. Be our guest at Hahnemühle’s Virtual Open House! While we continue to focus during this period of the year on the news in Artist Papers and Stationery, we broaden the coverage this year. Our content will cover in addition our two other business units at Hahnemühle Digital FineArt & Photo and Life Science” announces Jan Wölfle, President and CEO Hahnemühle Group.
The Virtual Open House will take place from 30 January to 01 February 2022 with an entertaining and educational programme. From the Enstyle Studios in Dassel, Germany, live sessions will be aired in a 4K YouTube live stream and recorded on Hahnemühle´s YouTube channel. The live sessions for global product launches and product range overviews are scheduled. 1:1 online meetings with all Hahnemühle sales reps and the whole team could be arranged individually as part of the Virtual Open House.
New Artist Papers
On Sunday, 30 January, after the CEO´s welcome note Hahnemühle will present new products for the traditional and digital FineArt range. “Let yourself be fascinated and inspired by our innovations. The Watercolour Book made from 100% cotton as well as our new pads The Grey & The Cappuccino Pad received a tremendous amount of positive feedback from our testers” gives Rana Ardal-Altun, Product Manager Traditional FineArt, a sneak peek.
Additions to Hahnemühle´s Digital FineArt Collection
The team for the market-leading Digital FineArt papers will shine with the launch of Canvas Metallic: “Inspired by our well-known Photo Rag® Metallic we are adding a premium canvas with silvery-shimmering finish to our portfolio as well as the new Sugar Cane paper to our Natural Line. Another resource-saving product beside Hemp, Bamboo and Agave papers” invites Alexanders Cartellieri, Product Manager Digital FineArt, photographers, digital artists or print studios and retailers to Hahnemühle’s Virtual Open House.
Focus on Life Science Applications
On Monday, 31 January, Hahnemühle´s business unit Life Science will give exclusive insights into Hahnemühle´s portfolio of pure and customised Life Science applications or sensitive filter components made of paper and where they are used to make people´s daily life healthier and more secure.
1:1 Online Meetings with the Hahnemühle´s team
On Monday, 31 January and Tuesday, 1. February the whole Hahnemühle team will be focused on customers, end-users and fans. “We are looking forward to meeting you in 1:1 online sessions. Arrange a meeting with your contact person, regardless of your region, globally. There is also the possibility for e.g. Live WhatsApp/Zoom/Teams video insights into production with your contact person at Hahnemühle during these days. If you have not been in contact with us before, please fill out the form and we will arrange a meeting with a responsible colleague of us from sales to production or R&D” stated Jan Wölfle, CEO Hahnemühle group.
Find all events of Hahnemühle´s entertaining and educational three-day-programme and the contact form to arrange 1:1 meetings on the event´s landing page.
All live sessions will be recorded and available on the Hahnemühle YouTube channel in a Virtual Open House Playlist.
Hahnemühle FineArt has been producing paper since 1584. Today’s portfolio includes traditional and digital FineArt papers for painting and all types of printing techniques as well as stationery products. The customised production of high-purity papers for life science applications and speciality papers are also part of the manufacturing portfolio.
All paper grades are produced according to old recipes from high-quality cotton fibres, cellulose or fast-growing plant fibres and pure spring water. They have best-in-class quality characteristics and are highly resitant to ageing. Hahnemühle has an excellent reputation worldwide as German “Brand of the Century”. Its products are available in more than 130 countries worldwide.
The company has its headquarters in Dassel in southern Lower Saxony and subsidiaries in Great Britain, France, USA, Singapore and China.
With its “Green Rooster” initiative, Hahnemühle has been supporting environmental protection projects worldwide since 2008, including reforestation, animal welfare and environmental education programmes. The long-established company produces papers in a landscape conservation area under strict environmental regulations and and, with its sustainable paper production, makes an important contribution to environmental and climate protection.
For more information on the brand, history and environmental responsibility, visit www.hahnemuehle.com