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 with photography and illustration. Since the beginning of 2016 the Bilderbuben have been experimenting with illustrated photographs: the…more
A red-bellied apple, two ripe pears, a bouquet of white marguerites – a colourful still life painting by Gerard Hendriks decorates the Hahnemühle box filled with 30 watercolour postcards. It is the 9th edition of the postcard box, which is launched annually in a limited edition. The small metal boxes with the changing cover motifs…more
Anna Sokolova, Berlin-based Russian illustrator says: ‘Bristol paper is an indispensable assistant for quick and enjoyable illustration and design working projects.’
Written by Pedro Alves, Archtect & Urban Sketcher, Portugal – Lunch Break Sketches Here’s my biggest surprise since I’m a experienced sketcher: The absolutely fantastic Grey Book by German manufacturers Hahnemühle. With 40 sheets / 80 pages featuring 120 gsm grey toned paper, the Grey Book is slim and an ideal companion if you are…more
Dr. Claudia Binder describes her etchings as fine-grained, multi-layered and associative. To capture the “impression of a moment” in her prints thrilled the medical doctor and artist.
12 panels of Natural Stone Photography – each panel larger than life-size – printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 308 make the unique artwork ‘Ekklesia’ by Leslie D. Bartlett from Massachusetts, USA. We at Hahenmühle had been impressed by the idea of a huge fine art print panorama and invited Leslie to tell us more about…more
What is filter paper made of? What quality requirements do these technical papers meet? For which applications can they be used? Can Hahnemühle develop papers according to individual customer requirements? Answers to these questions are provided by regular ‘in house’ workshops for laboratory traders and customers from industry and research. In addition to our artist…more
Milan based photographer Matteo Cirenei was born in 1965. He graduated in Architecture at Milan’s Polytechnic and collaborates with architecture, design and fashion publications including Interni, Style, Domus, and with major fashion and furniture companies. In the early ‘90s, he began his photographic research in black and white on Architecture, while shooting extremely particular cuts of…more