ZigZag Hahnemuhle SketchbookRegular price $50.00 Save $-50.00
Mi Teintes Pad 160gsmRegular price $37.20 Save $-37.20
Canson Mi-Teintes is a pulp-dyed coloured art paper that has won worldwide recognition for its qualities. This genuine art paper contains 60% cotton and features a rough 'hot pressed' texture. It is available in a varied assortment of colours, while its rough surface texture makes it an exciting base for pastel, pencil, and charcoal, as well as pen and washes. This paper also has the advantage of having a different texture on both sides: a honeycombed 'rough' side and a fine grain on the reverse. In addition to its qualities as a drawing medium, Mi-Teintes complies with the ISO 9706 standard on permanence, a guarantee of excellent conservation.
Arttec Como Pad 210gsmRegular price $8.80 Save $-8.80
Como pads are legendary in the Australian art industry, famed for their unique Australian made drawing cartridge paper, which is versatile and can take almost any medium. Como has maintained its quality and reputation for more than 30 years and still enjoys the strong following of a product customers have come to know and trust. Glued and tape bound on the short side with a backing board for additional support. pH neutral and acid free. Tablet bound.
Arttec Bank Layout Pad 50gsmRegular price $19.25 Save $-19.25
Translucent bank paper is used to create these quality pads. Excellent for layout work, drafting, preliminary sketches and drawings. Backing board for additional support.
Paper Saver EmptyRegular price $33.00 Save $-33.00
The Paper Saver comes empty for you to fill it with your paper of choice. Perfect for recycling paper that would otherwise go to waste, or even to create a customised sketchbook with the exact paper you need.
About Paper Saver:
Rather than producing and selling an eco friendly notebook that is made out of 100% recycled paper, Paper Saver took a new approach by asking, how else can paper that is destined to be recycled or go directly to waste be reused? The Paper Saver began when Jon Yong, an architect based in Melbourne, Australia, became tired of seeing sheets of printed draft designs become obsolete almost as soon as they came off the printer, still warm. Seeing all the perfectly blank sides on the back of the paper, he knew he could put the waste paper to greater use rather than throwing it into the bin, even if it was the recycling bin. Given how much the environment is impacted just to produce the paper we use so freely, he fashioned a device in which the paper could be inserted to conveniently use it to scribble notes and designs on the blank sides. Soon, he realised the Paper Saver wasn't only a solution to his problem, but it could help many more people reduce their paper waste as well, and more importantly, the environment.