Hahnemühle Hand Lettering Pad

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

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

“I appreciate the new BRISTOL drawing paper for its versatility. It is perfect for all drawing techniques and for ink. It is sturdy and ultra-smooth. I like the precise lines of pencils, ink, charcoal and crayons and the opaque colours. The colours do not bleed. BRISTOL will be an indispensable companion for my workshops or simply for traveling.”

Audry Backs on the BRISTOL paper for graphic, design and illustration. A Hahnemühle novelty at Creativeworld 2017. Audry Backs is going to draw on the new paper and all other novelties for traditional arts at Hahnemühle´s stand in hall 4.1. We keep you updated on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter . First of all, there is more information in the press section of our blog.

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Brighton Pop Up

Hahnemühle is coming to Brighton!

Coming to Brighton for one week only! After the success of our first ever pop up shop in London our next pop up shop location will be Brighton! Our home for the week will be in the more

Analytica 2016 – Caricatures of Hahnemühle visitors

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,…

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A tale of dStudio and Hahnemühle

Martin Lucas, Print Manager from dStudio based in Little Clacton, Essex have very kindly shared their experiences of using Hahnemühle paper and canvas with us:

We’re a small fine art print studio serving (mostly) self publishing artists with prints of their artwork, illustrations and photographs. We started life a long time ago as a picture framers, the print studio was started in 2012 as we noticed the artists we worked with started to ask about printing and where they could get reproductions of their works produced. Nearly 4 years later and we’ve printed for 1000’s of artists from all over the world.

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Sketch and notes fans wanted!

We are looking for sketch fans who want to test our new notebook DiaryFlex. If you like to visualise your thoughts for memorising, learning or simply as a creative pastime, you are an ideal participants for our “Join in” draw. We are giving away three DiaryFlex – the indivudal notebook from Hahnemühle with a refill…

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A decleration of love for Hahnemühle Sketch Books by illustrator Virginia Romo

I have a thing with square little sketchbooks. There are always a couple of them in my drawer. It happened to me once that I needed a new one and they had run out of them in my usual art supplies shop and I had to buy non-square one. Ever since then, when I go downtown, no matter what, I go to the shop and buy one or two (or three) of the Hahnemühle square sketchbooks.  That is how I came to a little collection of square D&S Sketch Books by Hahnemühle.

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Your Design for Berlin – Join the worldwide typography contest

Time’s running! Until March 23, illustrators, graphic designers and artists are invited to give Berlin their personal touch. Connect proportions, colours, fonts to your unique BERLIN typographic design. “Show us your Type” is an international design competition, calling creatives to implement typographic metropolises. Since 2012, the competition attracts the world. Barcelona, ​​New York, Tokyo or…

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Through the year with Kröt & Schuhuu – Calendar illustrations and short tales of Leoni Pfeiffer

written by Leoni Pfeiffer

The story about Kröt & Schuhuu started during a lunch break five years ago. A turtle and a little owl experienced new adventures everyday on paper sheets of 8 x 10 cm. Around sixty short sketches resulted and were soon traded as motivational pictures among friends.
The idea came up to draw a family calendar with two of my friends. In 2012 we already printed 75 pieces and distributed them in our circle of friends, further years followed.

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