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
Written by Lesia Maruschak
World renowned artist George Kordis is an interpreter of man’s relationship with man. This curious and ever evolving artistic genius has a passion for engaging the spectator in what is a living artform with a surrealistic expressionistic voice.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.more
Hahnemühle presented strikingly different at this year’s Achema 2015. The well-known quality products where the eyecatcher and hung as large pictures on the walls.
Visitors had a lot of fun during their visit at the Hahnemühle booth. Marc Robitzky, Illustrator caused this with his cartoons, laughter and joy. Temporarily, people had to wait in long queues, but this opened the opportunity to watch the artist creating the artworks. The enclosed gallery presents a selection of the sketches on Hahnemühle filter paper. …more
Off Beat Lounge is a Norfolk based company (in fact it’s next door to our UK office!) that boasts one of the world’s largest collections of rare, limited edition fine art album covers, music-related art and photography. Working alongside some of the most famous music photographers including; Jo Lopez, Aubrey Powell, Denis O’Regan, Dieter Zill, Michael Spencer Jones, Mick Rock and Nick Elliot.more
We invited a globetrotting artist to join us at the Creativeworld: Pablo Ientile. “Pablo around the world’ was the project he worked on in 2011 by travelling around the world with our Hahnemühle Travel Journals creating sketches. He shows his fine, intricate studies of foreign countries and their inhabitants online at www.pabloientile.com. Within the framework…more