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What makes a printed artwork unique? The exclusive look and feel of genuine fine art paper. High-quality artist papers for archival inkjet printing are papers with noticeable attributes, and beautiful structures. The paper becomes a part of more

“I`m doing all my prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth because of the excellent quality in the reproduction of bright colours. The paper itself has a very neutral white and impresses with an extraordinary touch and feel. This haptical experience is what I want since the prints from my portfolio box I present to collectors and curators – but of course only with gloves offered in the luxury box. I also use the paper for numerous exhibitions, where I often show the prints unframed. The reproduction of my photos is simply unbeatable!”

Stefan Falke, German photographer in New York, presents 20 prints of his ‘La Frontera – Borderartists’ series on Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth printed by Luxlab, New York, currently at the SDSU Gallery, San Diego. His ongoing project of artist portraits on the American-Mexican border had been already featured in a blog article in 2015.

Stefan Falke La Frontera Boderartists prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth by Luxlab. NY
Stefan Falke La Frontera Boderartists prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth
Stefan Falke La Frontera Borderartists Portfolio Box
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We love Hand Lettering … on the right paper!

When letters become art, Hahnemühle comes into play with a specially designed paper: we proudly present our new Hand Lettering pads. The light-white, smooth paper fits the needs of lettering artists perfectly. We asked them about the more

Portrait Photographer Maria Mulas

Maria Mulas moved to Milan in 1956, where she began, in the mid-sixties, her artistic career in photography. Photography was a “family activity” as it was practiced by his more

Bilderbuben – Designers of painted photography’s

Behind the name Bilderbuben (literal translation: picture boys) stand the Konstanzer photographer Ben Wiesenfarth and the graphic designer Guido Herrmann from Lichtenstein. Both combine the enthusiasm for every kind of ‘automobile treasures’ and the urge to play more