Digital fine art paper manufacturer based in the UK
Innova Art was established early in the 21st Century, one of the only paper manufacturers dedicated to creating media for digital fine art printing. The founders of the company have been involved in the digital fine art industry since it’s inception. Click here to learn more about the company. The Innova range of media includes paper and canvas and is complimented by a range of image display products designed to add value to fine art prints. See below for this month’s featured products.
Exhibition Photo Baryta 310gsm
The true barium sulphate layer in this alpha cellulose inkjet photo paper gives a feel of the traditional darkroom to your inkjet prints. Exhibition Photo Baryta 310gsm (IFA 69) is a great choice for reproductions of prints made using a traditional process or limited edition prints of photographs produced using digital technology. The natural white tone, soft sheen surface and excellent archival properties combine to create prints that truly stand the test of time.
Exhibition Gloss Polycotton Canvas 390gsm IFA 56
Compatible with aqueous pigment and dye inkjet printers, this canvas features a high gloss coating and a natural white base tone. Ideal for printing photographic images ready for display as stretched canvases, Exhibition Gloss Polycotton Canvas 390gsm (IFA 56) features a crack resistant coating to ensure your images always look their best. Available on 15m rolls from 17” up to 60” wide, this is a great choice for studios producing canvas prints on demand.
GOframe 1500 Pro Bars
Create professional quality stretched canvases with no specialist training. Available in lengths from 8” up to 60”, GOframe 1500 Pro Bars can be purchased and used in a mix and match system to create stretched canvases in multiple sizes. Every bar length has a thickness of 22mm and creates a finished canvas with an edge depth of 1.5”. Using two slightly different production processes, canvases can be produced with a true gallery wrap feel, where the image wraps around the back of the frame, or with a retail finish where the wooden bars can be seen on the reverse. Take a look at the Innova Art YouTube channel to view the instruction videos.