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 Printmaking Rag 310gsm
A soft textured, natural white matte surface and a base made using traditional skills dating back to the thirteenth Century give this paper the feeling of a traditional etching surface, similar to those used by the old masters. Fabriano Printmaking Rag 310gsm (IFA 107) is available in 15m rolls form 17” up to 60” wide and sheet formats up to A2, compatible with pigment and dye inkjet printers, this inkjet fine art paper is ideal for creating limited or open editions of original digital artworks.
FibaPrint® White Gloss (f-Type) 300gsm IFA 09
This is our original ‘digital darkroom’ paper, first developed to replicate the surfaces found in traditional chemical darkrooms. Ideal for portfolio or exhibition display and compatible with pigment and dye inkjet printers FibaPrint® White Gloss (f-Type) 300gsm (IFA 09) features a smooth high gloss surface and bright white base. With an exceptional d-max rating, the surface of this paper is capable of producing highly saturated colorful images with crystal clear details and rich, deep blacks.
JetMaster® Photo Wrap
Create lightweight canvas effect frames in minuets – ideal if you are looking for a unique, personalised gift. Simply upload your image to the JetMaster® online upload utility to create your free print ready artwork, complete with mirrored or other edge effects. Then print the artwork onto JetMaster® Paper and apply the print to the adhesive surface of your JetMaster® Photo Wrap, fold the edges around and stick them to the back of the frame to secure them in place – simple. Take a look at the instruction video to see just how easy it is.