Creativeworld / Paperworld 2022 will not take place in Frankfurt this year, but our Hahnemühle customers, end users and fans worldwide shouldn’t miss out on news. This year we are broadening our attention and focusing on all our three Hahnemühle business units: Artist papers & Stationery, Digital FineArt & Photo and Life Science. The Virtual…more
Hahnemühle is supporting customers and employees worldwide by donating the specially developed mouth and nose covers made of high-purity filter paper in an international sponsoring campaign. Hahnemühle is donating 159,505 HaMuNa® Care disposable masks for the reopening of schools, universities, public authorities, associations, shops and other institutions — one mouth-nose cover for every day of…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
Hahnemühle will exhibit at FILTECH 2016, the largest fair for filtration and separation technology taking place from 11 to 13 October 2016. The focus of the exhibition is set on customised high perfomance filters. Hahnemühle develops innovative filter papers that meet the increasing demands with new fiber materials, mixtures and functional additives. Strong customer relationships…more
Happy faces at the Hahnemühle booth of the international trade fair for Laboratory Technology, Analysis and Biotechnology. The caricatures of Illustrator Marc Robitzky gave the analytica visitors much pleasure. Long queues didn’t deter our guests. They queued up joyfully. Some models looked a bit unsettled hearing the comments during the creation of their caricature. However,…more
At this year’s Achema 2015 in Frankfurt Hahnemühle invited visitors to take part in a puzzle! Visitors had to estimate how many syringe filters are filled in the large glass cylinder. Different methods took place, some estimated, counted and used a variety of mathematical calculations.
Since I can remember, I always liked drawing and painting and analysing my surrounding like a detective does. I always claim that drawing explained life to me. My first step with art began at school age, when I made had my first graffiti jobs. The next step to start a design study was therefore not…more