Meet the papermakers – Hahnemühle @Creativeworld 2015

Artist paper novelties, artist talks, painting workshops, customer meetings and a get-together for bloggers had been the highlights of Creativeworld 2015 in Frankfurt for us. Enjoy our video and get inspired by our paper which makes the difference – even for your art.

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Welcome 2015! Win a Hahnemühle art calendar

We are back and looking forward to a creative and successful year with you! For all the fans of our annual painting competition and for admirers of our exclusive art calendar 2015 we start off the year with a raffle of ten calendars. Hahnemühle´s Art Calendar 2015 is dedicated to contrasts in colour, style or…

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All for the arts – gift ideas for creative souls

We thank you for the trust you are setting in our papers. You turned 2014 into one of the most successful years in our company’s 430 years of history. We wish you a relaxing Christmas time and a creative start for 2015! We will be back for you here and on all other Social Media channels on 6 January 2015. Good by for now with some gift ideas for creative souls.

In our newsletters for Traditional FineArt and Digital FineArt papers we have provided our subscribers already a few days ago with the ultimate gift ideas for artists. If you receive our newsletter not regularly you may subscribe to it. Here for all loyal blog readers, our recommendations for painter, draftsman, printmaker, layout, mangaka, illustrators, Urban Sketcher, photographers, digital artists, reproducers etc. to give as a gift or to cherrish yourself.

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Leica Academy: Hahnemühle is exclusive paper partner

On the occasion of the opening of the Leica studio in Wetzlar, the two tradition-rich German companies Leica and Hahnemühle sealed another cooperation deal. In all its work shops, the academy will use exclusive fine-art photo papers by Hahnemühle for long-lasting high-quality prints.

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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 Projecton 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 of art were created.

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