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.
FibaPrint® Ultra Smooth Gloss 285gsm IFA 49
This is the go-to paper for many photographers worldwide who are looking for an inkjet equivalent to the chemical papers used in traditional darkroom settings. FibaPrint® Ultra Smooth Gloss 285gsm (IFA 49) is compatible with all pigment and dye inkjet printers and is available in roll and sheet formats. The ultra-smooth, glossy surface and bright white base combine to create superior quality prints, notable for their high contrast, sharp detail and enhanced tonal range.
Exhibition Gloss Polycotton Canvas 390gsm IFA 56
The open weave pattern on this inkjet canvas creates a uniform texture across the surface, making it ideal for a whole range of image types: from portraits to landscapes and everything in between. A natural white base tone lends a subtle warmness to the finished print whilst the high gloss coating creates a photo effect not seen in many canvas prints. Exhibition Gloss Polycotton Canvas 390gsm (IFA 56) is available on rolls 15m (50ft) long and up to 60” wide.
GOframe Hex Frame
Tired of seeing the same old square and rectangular stretched canvases everywhere you go? Do something different with the GOframe Hex Frame system. This simple, easy to use system enables anyone to create hexagonal shaped stretched canvases – no special training required and it only takes a few minutes! All you need is a printed canvas and the specially designed corner pieces (which can be used for every canvas you make) and six specially cut wooden bars. Simply build your frame, apply the canvas to the self-adhesive bars and pin each corner in place with corner pins.