Hahnemühle proudly presents the 50 finalists of its art calendar contest for 2014 themed ‘Music’. Winners will be announced end of 2013. Thanks again to all entrants for their contribution! We got nearly 700 motifs by 350 artists from 29 countries painted or printed in different techniques. Enjoy the shortlist video:more
Yearly Hahnemühle launches an international painting competition for its art calendar. The calendar is an exclusive present for business partners of Hahnemühle around the world and not for sale. All winners of the contest get 10 calendars and some copies will be raffled annually on our facebook page and in our newsletter.more
Only a few paper manufacturers worldwide still produce real mould-made papers using the traditional cylinder mould method like Hahnemühle FineArt does. Due to the different mould structures, Hahnemühle can produce vellum or ribbed Fine Art papers, papers with four deckled edges characteristic of hand-made paper and with or without a watermark.more
At the 2012 photokina, Hahnemühle launched another paper intended for book album printing. In cooperation with designer Michael Sontag and fashion photographer Per Zennström Hahnemühle demonstratd the complete process of a fashion photography shoot at booth D017 in hall 06.1. The latest issue of Hahnemühle´s art magazine UPON PAPER had been part of our booth and last but not least the fine art experts demonstrated the variety and efficiency of precious fine art papers as part of the show ‘see me, feel me, print me’.
Hahnemühle @photokina – the movie
Just have a look at our film from photokina, showing the art-experiment “No Limits” and the edition #2 of Upon Paper, which was released this week. Additionally you can see interviews with the Swedish photographer Per Zennström, the German fashion designer Michael Sontag and the Brasilian photographer Thiago Barros.
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The nature scouts of the GFN (Association for nature conservancy in Einbeck and the surrounding region) are happy to announce a new observation platform over 3 meters in height in the nature region ‘Leinepolder.’ “The observation of native and migratory birds during their rest on the open water expense of the blocking debris or at the banks of the adjacent wetlands, is much better now” says Albert Engel from GFN.
The construction of the new observation deck was possible due to the donation totalling 15.000,-€ from Hahnemühle FineArt and Kreis-Sparkasse Northeim.Hahnemühle, as a long-established company based next to the bird sanctuary, supports this project for environmental education.more