All for the arts – gift ideas for creative souls

We thank you for the trust you are setting in our papers. You turned 2014 into one of the most successful years in our company’s 430 years of history. We wish you a relaxing Christmas time and a creative start for 2015! We will be back for you here and on all other Social Media channels on 6 January 2015. Good by for now with some gift ideas for creative souls.

In our newsletters for Traditional FineArt and Digital FineArt papers we have provided our subscribers already a few days ago with the ultimate gift ideas for artists. If you receive our newsletter not regularly you may subscribe to it. Here for all loyal blog readers, our recommendations for painter, draftsman, printmaker, layout, mangaka, illustrators, Urban Sketcher, photographers, digital artists, reproducers etc. to give as a gift or to cherrish yourself.

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©Brian Ho Handmade Wedding Album with mounted Hahnemühle paper

A love letter to Hahnemühle from Singapore

“My encounter with Hahnemühle Digital Fine Art papers started about 8 years ago when I was just starting out photography, more as a hobby initially but one that became an obsession very quickly. Prior to that, my prints has always been made in photo labs. Quality was a wee bit inconsistent and somehow I was never able to get the tonality that I wanted. Something was always lacking. That all changed when I chanced upon sample prints made on Hahnemühle papers at a local photography store.

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Best of Bitesnich – Andreas H. Bitesnich relies on Hahnemühle paper

Hahnemühle FineArt congratulates Leica photographer Andreas H. Bitesnich on his retrospective ” 25 years of photography ” and thank the photographer for a long and wonderful cooperation. Andreas H. Bitesnich was discovered as one of the first top photographers to use Hahnemühle´s Digital FineArt papers for his large-format prints; he has been loyal to the market-leading inkjet paper since its development in the 1990s.

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Brasília – From Utopia to Capital

The most comprehensive exhibition on the unique history of the capital of Brazil, on a worldwide tour and so far more than 200,000 visitors, is on display from December, 12th  at the Brazilian Embassy in Berlin. With 200 exhibits – including photographs by Peter Scheider from the construction period and Fabio Columbini from today´s Brasília – the emergence and development of the city is depicted. The reproductions of the analog black and white photos from the 1960s and the current architectural motifs from the metropolis are printed on the finest Hahnemühle Photo Rag ® Ultra Smooth.
Louis @ Nicéphore – Fotopioniere in Berlin printed many motives as Hahnemühle Certified Studio.

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