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.
Fabriano Artistico Watercolour Rag 310gsm
This cold press watercolour textured inkjet fine art paper features a natural white base made at the oldest paper mill in Europe: Fabriano. Coated with the latest inkjet receptive chemistry, developed by our own team, the surface of Fabriano Artistico Watercolour Rag 310gsm has a rich texture with a matte finish. Free form OBA’s this paper meets museum quality archival standards and is available in roll and sheet formats.
Cold Press Rough Textured Bright White Cotton 300gsm IFA 27
The bright white base of Cold Press Rough Textured Bright White Cotton 300gsm (IFA 27) creates highly saturated colours and provides a high contrast for monochrome images. With a matte cold press watercolour surface, the texture of this paper makes it ideal for printing inkjet giclée reproductions of traditional watercolour paintings. Compatible with dye and pigment inkjet printers, this paper is available in roll and sheet formats.
Décor Rough Textured Art ES 260gsm IFA 93
Utilise your eco-solvent, latex or UV printer to expand revenues and create high-end fine art prints. With the same archival quality as the papers found in our aqueous inkjet fine art range Décor Rough Textured Art ES 260gsm (IFA 93) is coated especially for use on latex, UV or eco-solvent printers traditionally used for high volume graphics production. Combined with the unique light fast properties found in UV, eco-solvent and latex inks, the creation of long lasting, archival fine art prints are no longer limited to aqueous inkjet printers.