Natural Digital Art Papers From Hahnemuhle Are Made With Hemp, Agave, and Bamboo Fibers

Hahnemuhle has added a Natural Line to its collection of Digital Fine Art papers. All products in the Natural Line are made with environmentally friendly materials.

The three products in the Natural Line are made with cellulose from three fast-growing plants: hemp, agave, and bamboo fibers. These three plants can produce more cellulose per acre of cropland than raw materials such as cotton and wood. Because these three plants require low maintenance, minimal water, and no pesticides, they help conserve valuable resources and protect the environment.

Their rapid growth means that more cellulose can be produced on the same area of cropland than other raw materials for papermaking. 

Use Hahnemuhle Natural digital fine-art papers to print archival photo and fine art prints, digital art, limited edition prints, greeting cards, album pages, portfolio prints, and exhibition prints.

Hahnemuhle’s Natural Line of inkjet fine art papers are manufactured in compliance with ISO 9706 standards for museum-quality and high age resistance. The papers are acid-free and lignin-free and made without optical brighteners. The matte premium ink-receptive coating ensures that colors and details are brilliantly reproduced with deep blacks and striking contrasts.

New Products

The three papers in the Natural line-up include two new papers and a rebranded product. They are all compatible with aqueous pigment and dye inks and available in four sheet sizes from 8.5 x 11 inches to 17 x 22 inches and five roll widths from 17 to 50 inches.

Hahnemuhle Hemp 290 gsm
This lightly textured matte inkjet fine-art paper made from 60% hemp and 40% cotton. The bright white natural tone of the paper comes from the hemp fiber instead of optical brightening agents (OBAs). The surface texture gives this versatile art paper a pleasant, silky feel.

Hahnemuhle Hemp 290 gsm

Because of its extremely robust fibers, hemp was an essential part of paper production for centuries. Papers made with hemp have been used in long-lasting documents, such as the Gutenberg Bible and the U.S. Declaration of Independence.

Hahnemuhle Agave 290 gsm
This textured matte inkjet art paper is made from 70% agave fiber and 30% cotton. It has a bright-white OBA-free natural white tone and rough but delicately defined surface texture. The agave fiber comes from the sisal variety of agave plants, which will grow almost anywhere.

Hahnemuhle Agave 290 gsm

Rebranded Product

Hahnemuhle Bamboo 290 gsm
Formerly part of Hahnemuhle’s “Smooth Collection” of fine art papers, Hahmeuhle Bamboo was the world’s first fine-art inkjet paper made from 90% bamboo fibers. This environmentally friendly paper features a warm-toned natural white and a soft, lightly textured structure and sensual feel. It is a popular choice for monochrome prints and art with warm hues. The combination of sustainable bamboo fibers, soft surface textures, and impressive print quality gives art prints a distinctive expression and soul.

A combination of clean water, natural fibers, paper making expertise, and a commitment to quality have formed the foundation of Hahnemühle’s success for more than 435 years.

“Sustainability plays a key role at our production site. Hahnemühle is located at the edge of a nature reserve, which heightens our dedication to environmentally friendly paper production and focus on utilizing local resources (water, fibers, and energy) sparingly and responsibly,” said Sven Heeren, general manager, Hahnemuhle USA. “Our proximity to the natural world provides a daily reminder of what we need to protect. For Hahnemühle, this is both an obligation and an incentive.”

For More Information

For more information about the Hahnemuhle Natural Line, chat with the wide-format printing experts at Freedom paper online or call us at 866-310-3335.

Download product information sheets here:
Hahnemuhle Hemp 290 gsm
Hahnemuhle Agave 290 gsm
Hahnemuhle Bamboo 290 gsm

Choosing Fabric Banner Materials for Aqueous Wide-Format Inkjet Printers

Soft signage is popular because inkjet fabric graphics are easier to ship, store, and recycle than traditional display films or banner vinyls. Many supersized fabric backdrop walls, backlit fabric displays, and hanging fabric banners at trade shows are printed on grand-format dye-sublimation inkjet printers. But you don’t need a dye-sub inkjet printer to make your own soft signage.

If you want to print budget-friendly polyester fabric banners, soft signage, fabric decals, or other products on the wide-format aqueous inkjet printers in your office or studio, Freedom Paper offers several options. This includes our own line of value-priced, tear-resistant fabrics. The Freedom Paper collection of products includes two adhesive-backed fabrics and three banner and decor fabrics.

The banner and decor fabrics can be used to make indoor and outdoor soft signage, tote bags, and event decor such as photo backdrops, stage decorations, wall drapes, gift bags, table covers, and table runners.

The adhesive fabrics are great for temporary, easy-install posters, wall murals. and contour-cut wall decals.

If you have never ordered soft signage fabrics before, note that polyester banner fabrics are different than polyester fabrics for apparel.

How Banner Fabrics Differ from Apparel Textiles

The technical fabrics used for banners have a higher “denier” than most apparel textiles. Denier (pronounced denYAY) is a unit of measurement that compares the thickness of yarn used to create a specific fabric. Larger numbers indicate thicker, sturdier yarns. The standard fabrics used to make apparel range from 1D (for ultra-sheer pantyhose) to 80D (for yoga pants) or 120D for jeans.

Durable textiles for flags, banners, tents, backpacks, duffle bags, furniture covers, and camp chairs typically fall in the 150D to 600D range. So, a “lightweight” polyester banner fabric looks and feels sturdier than a “lightweight” dress made with 10D microfiber polyester.

Freedom Paper Banner Fabrics

At Freedom Paper, we offer three weights of inkjet fabrics that can be printed with the aqueous pigment inks used in newer models of wide-format printers for offices, photo studios, and design firms. These materials are also compatible with printers that use latex and UV-curable inks.

Super Heavy Fabric Banner Material (FP513) – 600D x 600D

This strong, versatile, 13 mil, polyester fabric banner material has a rich, canvas-like weave. You can use Super Heavy Fabric Banner Material to make hanging and roll-up banners, wall drapes, stage backdrops, aprons, table covers, pillows, decorative art, and tote bags.

This water-resistant matte coated fabric resists tearing and can be displayed outdoors for up to six months. It is available in 24, 36, 24 and 60-inch roll widths.

FP506 Heavy Banner Fabric Material
FP506 Heavy Banner Fabric Material300D x 300D

This durable, 9 mil, water-resistant, polyester banner fabric has a tight, consistent weave. Use this 300D x 300D fabric to print hanging banners, banner-stand graphics, economy gallery wraps, backdrops, and point-of-sale or POP displays. The fabric is sturdy enough not to bunch up during printing and can be hemmed or sewn to other panels to create larger graphics.

Heavy Banner Fabric has an extremely bright white point to produce vibrant colors and deep blacks. Prints made with aqueous pigment inks can last up to 1 year indoors, and 6 months outdoors.

FP505 Ultra Light Fabric Banner – 150D x 150D

This 8-mil water-resistant 150D x 150D polyester fabric also has a tight consistent weave. This fabric is a good option for indoor and outdoor flags, banner stand graphics, table throws, table runners, and decorative point-of-sale displays.

It resists bunching during printing and can be hemmed for hanging. It can also be sewn with other panels to make larger graphics. The bright white point on Ultra Light Fabric Banner material produces vibrant colors and deep blacks. Pigment ink graphics will last up to 6 months indoors and 3 months outdoors. This fabric is sold in 36-, 42-, 50-, and 60-inch roll widths.

Freedom Paper Adhesive Fabrics

Advances in adhesive technology have improved the versatility of adhesive-backed fabrics. Some removable adhesives work best for temporary graphics on very smooth surfaces. Newer high-tack adhesives on sturdier fabrics can be used to make longer-term and contour-cut graphics on a wider range of smooth and textured surfaces.

FP512 Self-Adhesive Matte Polyester Wall Fabric – 150D x 150D

This strong, but lightweight, 8 mil, matte, woven polyester fabric for wall graphics has a removable acrylic adhesive on a 6 mil liner. Use it to produce temporary indoor wall murals and window signs.

The printed graphics on this sturdy 150D x 150D fabric can be easily applied to smooth walls and glass surfaces without bunching or bubbling. The graphics resist scratches and water damage and don’t stretch out during installation. The acrylic adhesive removes more cleanly than traditional wallpapers. This fabric is available in 24-, 36- and 54-inch widths.

FP517 Heavyweight Polyester Wall Fabric with Hi-Tack Removable Adhesive

FP517 Heavyweight Polyester Wall Fabric with Hi-Tack Removable Adhesive – 300D x 300D

This strong, water-resistant 11 mil woven polyester fabric has a high-tack removable adhesive on a 5 mil liner. This 300D x 300D matte fabric is ideal for making easy-up/easy-down indoor murals, contour-cut wall decals, carpet graphics, and easy-to-change PVC-free signs.

The printed fabric can be applied without bunching, bubbling, or stretching and resist scratches and water damage. Graphics printed with aqueous pigment inks last up to one year indoors and six months outdoors. This fabric is available in 36-inch rolls.

Other Options

Freedom Paper also offers banner fabrics and adhesive fabrics from other manufacturers. Below are some of the other products you can order from the Freedom Paper website:

If you have questions about any of the banner fabrics and adhesive fabrics on the Freedom Paper website, please call us a 866-310-3335 or chat with us online.

Facts you Should Know About the Sustainability of Print and Paper

Two Sides North America tracks and promotes verifiable information on why print is an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium. Two recently published fact sheets dispel common misconceptions about the sustainability of paper and the paper-making industry.

One fact sheet examines whether electronic communication is more sustainable than printed materials. The other fact sheet provides an updated look at the carbon footprint of the paper industry.

Electronic Communication

Are “go paperless” appeals to help the environment by eliminating paper based on sound science or on marketing strategies? That’s the key question raised in a new Electronic Communications fact sheet published by Two Sides North America.

Download the Electronic Communication fact sheet here.

While paper is a recyclable material made with renewable energy sources, electronic communications uses energy-consuming devices that are made with non-renewable resources. When considering the environmental impact of electronic communications, it’s easy to overlook factors such as the growth in energy consumption in the data centers required for cloud computing and the increase in e-waste created by shorter life cycles for smartphones, e-readers, and tablets.

In a recent consumer survey commissioned by Two Sides in the U.S. and Canada, 58 to 61% of respondents agreed that claims about switching from paper to digital being better for the environment were made because the sender wants to save money.

Renewable Energy and Carbon Footprint

Like many manufacturing enterprises, papermaking is an energy-intensive endeavor. This fact sheet explains why the carbon footprint of paper is smaller than might be expected.

Download the Renewable Energy and Carbon Footprint Fact sheet here.

When looking at the life cycle of paper, the carbon footprint can be divided into three basic elements: greenhouse gas emission reduction, carbon sequestration, and avoided emissions. Paper’s carbon footprint isn’t as great as some might believe because paper is made from a renewable resource that stores carbon, it’s manufactured using mostly renewable energy and it’s recyclable.

The experts at Two Sides North America believe that “The responsible manufacture, use and recycling of print and paper contribute to long-term, sustainable forest management in North America and help mitigate climate change.”

At Freedom Paper, we agree with their conclusion that “Print and paper will remain an important element in our media mix, and will also continue to provide social and economic benefits that contribute significantly to the well-being of North American businesses and citizens alike.”

HP Offers Wide Choice of RecyclabLe Inkjet Papers from Responsibly Managed Forests

If your company is committed to using environmentally printing papers, consider the wide selection of inkjet-compatible FSC-certified wide-format papers from HP, Inc. Certification by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) confirms that wood used to make the papers was responsibly harvested from sustainably managed forests.

HP, Inc. has reaffirmed its commitment to designing products that are manufactured, used, and recovered in a more sustainable way. In HP’s 2018 Sustainable Impact Report, HP Inc. CEO Dion Weisler said, “Across HP, we are reinventing our company to meet the evolving needs of our business and the world we share…And, together with our partners, we will lead a sustainability revolution fueled by technology.”

Freedom Paper sells a wide selection of the FSC-certified bond, photo, poster, and specialty papers featured on HP’s Eco Solutions webpage. Below are some of the FSC-certified wide-format HP inkjet printing materials that can be purchased directly from Freedom Paper’s website.

Bond Papers
Photo Papers
Poster Papers and Specialty Papers

If you have questions about the different properties of any of these printing papers, chat with us online at or call us at 866-310-3335.

For more information about HP’s leadership in sustainability, read HP’s Sustainable Impact Report 2018.

Artist Chooses HP wallpaper to Print 365 Art Posters

It has been said that if you pay attention to boredom, it gets unbelievably interesting. Such is the case for Singaporean designer, Darius Ou, whose design project, Autotypography, sprang to life after he found himself bored at design school.

Ou began illustrating a poster a day, creating a visual autobiography of his daily life. The project went viral when he posted the images to his website.

Ou’s work breaks the rules of “good design” by stretching, deconstructing and experimenting with typography.“Along the way I began to experiment with aesthetics,” says Ou “and the project became an inquiry into the current state of visual culture. Through this exercise, I learned a lot about myself, my views and eventually formed my practice.”

Darius Ou designed a poster a day every day. The visual diary was printed on HP PVC-free Wallpaper an installed to the gallery walls for an exhibition at the LASALLE College of the Arts’ Institute of Contemporary Arts in Singapore.

His collection of 365 posters, created using a variety of Adobe software, was printed and showcased as part of the Dissolving Margins exhibition at the LASALLE College of the Arts’ Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore.

Ou needed a durable paper material that would print high-quality with bright color saturation yet adhere well to the walls of the gallery and still allow for repositioning during the installation process.

“It wasn’t easy to lay out 365 posters of different sizes to the walls of the gallery,” says Ou. The curator of the show reached out to HP for advice. The posters were printed on an HP Latex 360 wide-format inkjet printer using HP PVC-free Wall Paper which was “perfect for the requirements!”

Ou was impressed with the durability as the posters were repositioned many times and the HP wallpaper showed no signs of tearing. 

HP PVC-free Wall Paper is pre-pasted. Because only water is needed to activate the adhesive, the printed wallpaper is easy to install.

To see more of Darius Ou’s innovative work, visit or

HV PVC-free Wall Paper can be ordered from the Freedom Paper website in 42. and 54 in. roll widths.

Survey Shows How Consumers Perceive Print, Paper, and Environmental Concerns

As digital publishing has increased, paper manufacturers have kept a close eye on the shifting demand for paper and printed communications. Paper companies are also keenly interested if outdated assumptions about the environmental impact of paper have affected demand.

Two Sides North America recently published the results of an independent survey in which consumers throughout the U.S. were asked about environmental topics and preferences related to paper and print.

The survey was commissioned by Two Sides and conducted by the independent research company Toluna. In the U.S., 2,094 consumers were surveyed. In Canada, 1,044 consumers participated.

A few of the findings are highlighted below:

The Environment

It is clear from the survey that consumers are concerned about the environment. But there are some obvious gaps between consumer environmental perceptions and the real facts. This is particularly evident for questions related to forest management and recycling.

  • 58% of U.S. consumers surveyed believe U.S. forests have been decreasing in size since the year 2000. In fact, U.S. forests had a net growth of over 1,500 NFL football fields per day since 2000.
  • Only 15% of Americans and 21% of Canadians think the paper recovery rate exceeds 60% when it is over 68% in the U.S and 70% in Canada.
  • Out of 6 choices, Americans and Canadians rank urban development (first), construction (second) and pulp and paper (third) as having the most impact on global deforestation. Agriculture was ranked as having the least impact.

In fact, agriculture is the top cause of global deforestation. And in most developed countries, such as the U.S. and Canada, pulp and paper is not a cause of forest loss because companies comply with government regulations, sustainable forestry practices and forest certification programs.

When it comes to paper purchasing behavior, 70% of Americans and Canadians believe it is important to use paper products from sustainably managed forests. However, only 22 to 27% pay attention to forest certification labels when purchasing paper.

Out of 8 common materials and products, wood is considered the most environmentally friendly material, followed by paper and glass. Plastic and electronic devices are considered the least environmentally friendly.


When it comes to reading books, magazines and newspapers, print is preferred over digital.

  • 68% of Americans and Canadians believe print is the most enjoyable way to read books
  • 65% of Americans and 59% of Canadians prefer to read magazines in print
  • 53% of Americans and 49% of Canadians prefer to read newspapers in print

In terms of preferences for receiving billing statements, most respondents said they would like to be able to choose whether to have their billing statements delivered in print or electronically.

  • 82% of Canadians and 86% of Americans believe they should have the right to choose how they receive their communications (electronically or printed)
  • 66% (Canada) to 74% (U.S.) agree they should not be charged to receive paper statements.

“It is great to see that print as a communications medium is still preferred by many consumers. Clearly, people also recognize the sustainable features of paper when compared to many other products, especially electronics and plastic. However, there is a need to educate consumers on sustainable forestry practices, the real causes of deforestation and the great recycling story of print and paper,” states Phil Riebel, President of Two Sides North America.

Download a copy of the results of the survey of U.S. consumers here and the survey of Canada consumers here.

More survey data and fact sheets about the environmental sustainability of paper are available on the Two Sides website.

Print Your Best Photographs From National Photo Month

May is National Photo Month. It’s a time to learn more about the art of photography and expand your shooting, editing, and printing skills.

If you would like to print some of the most memorable images you captured this month, check out the huge variety of inkjet photo papers we offer for aqueous inkjet photo printers such as the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO Series of wide-format inkjet photo printers, HP Designjet Series Z printers, and Epson Stylus Pro and SureColor P printers.

Whether you are a professional photographer, photography enthusiast, graphic design studio, or print-service provider, you can find multiple brands of inkjet photo papers, art papers, and canvas on the Freedom Paper website.

If you want to make prints that will last for generations or curate a week-long exhibition of photos shot by students or employees, we can recommend some great inkjet papers. We offer museum-quality fine art photography papers from Hahnemuhle, Moab, and Innova as well as everyday photo-printing papers from Kodak, Canon, HP, Sihl, Magic, and our own Freedom Paper line. Below are just a few of the options.

Image courtesy of Kodak PROFESSIONAL inkjet media

Kodak PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Papers

“National Photo Month is about remembering meaningful moments with photography,” according to our friends at Kodak. May is the unofficial kick-off of summer and new beginnings including graduations, proms, and weddings.

To print portraits for schools, families, and graduations, try rolls or sheets of one our best-selling photo papers:

KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper, Lustre 255 gsm

The smooth Lustre photo paper supports the color gamut needed for detailed images and gives skin tones an appealing, natural look. Plus, Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Paper Lustre has received ArtSure certification from the Fine Art Trade Guild.

Using ArtSure certified media lets print buyers know that your inkjet photo paper has been independently tested for archival properties of lightfastness and permanence.

The Fine Art Trade Guild was founded in 1847 as the Printsellers Association. The Guild’s print quality standards were established years ago and have been tried and tested.

If you click here, you can see the full list of ArtSure-certified media, including many photo and photo-art papers from Hahnemuhle and Innova.

Innova Editions Papers for Fine Art Photography

Freedom Paper now carries Innova’s Editions® collection of six exceptional papers for discerning digital printmakers who value tradition, quality, and durability when using inkjet printing systems to make fine art and photo prints.  The collection includes two fibre-based fine-art photography papers coated to be digital equivalents of papers used in classic silver-halide and platinum photo printing.

Innova Editions Exhibition Cotton Gloss 335 gsm (IFA-45) was developed to match the classic aesthetics of fine art photographs made with palladium/platinum darkroom printing techniques. This unique natural-white cotton 15-mil paper has a smooth gloss cotton-grained surface. (This paper was formerly known as FibaPrint Warm Cotton Gloss, 335 gsm)

Innova Editions Exhibition Photo Baryta 310 gsm (IFA-69) features a pure white. 100 percent barium-sulfate surface with a fourdriner-made archival alpha-cellulose base paper. The ultra-smooth gloss print surface supports an excellent color gamut and exceptional Dmax. With the Crystal Layer inkjet coating technology used on this paper, you can reproduce your photographic artwork on the same paper used in traditional silver-halide darkroom printing. (This paper was formerly known as FibaPrint Baryta 310 gsm.)

Use Innova Art Editions papers to make limited or open editions of fine art and photo prints, photo and art portfolios, photo and art restorations, photo albums, memory books, greeting cards, and postcards. Profiles are free and can be downloaded from

Expanded Selection of Metallic Inkjet Photo Papers

Freedom Paper also offers an expanded selection of metallic inkjet photo papers. Metallic paper for inkjet printing features a super-high-gloss, silvery or pearlescent luster that can add depth and dimensionality to portraits, landscapes, and architectural photos. Products that can be ordered from the Freedom Paper website include:

KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper, Metallic 255 gsm

Moab Slickrock Metallic Pearl 260 gsm

Moab Slickrock Metallic Silver 300 gsm

IFA71 Innova Photo Metallic Gloss 260 gsm

IFA 72 Photo Metallic Lustre 260 gsm

Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Metallic 340 gsm

Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Metallic is available in sheets and rolls.

You might also want to experiment with a metallic canvas: Hahnemuhle Canvas Metallic 350 gsm 

The printing substrate you choose for your photographs can have a dramatic effect on how your images look and feel. Whether your prefer a contemporary metallic look or a the classic look and feel of a canvas or fiber-based photo paper, we are always continuing to expand our options.

Chat with Freedom Paper’s wide-format printing experts online at or call us at 866-310-3335.


Try Magic ProLINE Inkjet Contract Proofing Papers

Four Magic PROLINE contract proofing papers are now available from the Freedom Paper online store. All four of these inkjet proofing papers can be used with the aqueous wide-format inkjet printer in your design studio, office, or print shop to make hard-copy previews of high-value inkjet or offset print jobs.

The Magic collection of inkjet proofing papers includes:

  • 7 mil and 10 mil bright-white photobase papers for proofing jobs on papers made with optical brighteners;
  • a 10 mil neutral-white photobase paper for contract-proofing of jobs on traditional commercial offset stocks;
  • a 4.5 mil premium matte presentation paper that is coated on both sides for inkjet imposition proofing.
Magic PROLINE Proofing Papers

Satin Photobase Proofing Papers

These three resin-coated, satin photobase papers have a high-quality microporous coating for instant-dry printing on most high-speed thermal and piezo aqueous inkjet systems with dye and pigment inks.

Proofs on these papers display neutral grey tones and smooth gradient blends. These papers are supplied in 100 ft. rolls in 3 widths: 24, 42, and 44 inches.

Magic PROLINE160S is an economical 7 mil, bright white photobase paper for everyday proofing of projects that will be printed on papers that have optical brighteners. It is compliant with Gracol 2013 standards. Download the product data sheet here.

Magic PROLINE260S is a premium, 10 mil, bright white photobase paper for contract proofing of jobs that will be printed on papers that have optical brighteners. It is compliant with Gracol 2013 standards. Download the product data sheet here.

Magic PROLINET1 is an easy-to-handle 10 mil, neutral-white contract proofing paper. Its white point values match the Fogra 39 and Gracol 2006 proofing standards. The coating produces a superior pigment-ink color gamut.  Download the product datasheet here.  

Matte Imposition Proofing Paper

Magic PROLINEC2SMATTE inkjet proofing paper is a 4.5 mil, 100 gsm, bright-white matte presentation paper that is coated for printing on both sides. It is compliant with Gracol 2013 standards.The lay-flat paper can be used with the SpinJet or other imposition proofing systems. This easy-to-fold paper has a high level of opacity and produces crisp, clean full-color images even with ink saturation levels up to 200%. PROLINEC2S MATTE is sold in 300 ft. Rolls in two widths: 42 and 44 inches. Download the product data sheet here.

If you have questions about these papers, chat with us online at or call us at 866-310-3335.

Photographers Help Create Atlas of Humanity

Innova Art will be showing a selection of prints from the Atlas of Humanity project during the FESPA Global Print Expo May 14-17, 2019 in Munich.

Inspired by the UNESCO universal declaration “to help preserve and promote cultural diversity,” Atlas of Humanity is a collection of photographs conceived and curated by Martin Vegas. Started in 2015, the project seeks to include a photographic record of every culture worldwide. The collection currently includes images from more than 400 ethnic groups contributed by more than 100 photographers worldwide.

Every photograph in the Atlas of Humanity project focuses on the diversity of the subject matter. The creative styles and approaches of each individual photographer are secondary to the subject of the image.

Although individual talents are not the focus of this project, the pool of photographers building this collection is as diverse as the collection itself. Contributing photographers include award-winning photojournalists, professional photographers, and talented amateurs. Anyone and everyone who uses a camera is invited to contribute to the Atlas of Humanity.

A dedicated gallery space at The Photography Show 2019 in Birmingham, England gave attendees a taste of this ambitious project. Each image was printed on a specially selected archival inkjet media manufactured by Innova Art.

Prints from the Atlas of Humanity Project were featured in the Innova booth at The Photography Show in England.

The four Innova Art papers used to make the prints included two papers from the acclaimed Innova Editions® range: Exhibition Photo Baryta 310gsm (IFA 69) – a pure white photographic base paper with a true barium sulphate layer; and Fabriano Printmaking Rag 310gsm (IFA 107), the 100% cotton, mouldmade paper based on centuries-old papermaking techniques, with a unique white tone and soft grain texture. 

Atlas of Humanity images were also printed on the Innova Smooth Cotton High White 100% Cotton 315gsm (IFA 14), one of the most popular Innova Art papers with a smooth, matte finish that lets images speak for themselves; and Innova FibaPrint® Ultra Smooth Gloss 285gsm (IFA 49), the multi-award-winning digital fibre based baryta paper with an ultra-smooth gloss finish.

Innova Art managing director Mike Ramos-Gonzalez said, “We’ve shown Atlas of Humanity across Europe and America, and the reaction is always the same: what beautiful portraits, what amazing prints – now which papers do I buy to get my work looking that good?”

Submit Your Images for the Next Exhibition

The next Atlas of Humanity exhibition will be presented at the The International Fine Art Photo Fair in Paris, November 8-10, 2019. For details on how to submit images for consideration, visit the submissions page on the Atlas of Humanity website. The deadline for submitting images for consideration in the November show is May 31, 2019.

Read an interview with the Martin Vegas, the creator of the Atlas of Humanity Project on the Innova Art blog.

Freedom Paper is proud to be a reseller of inkjet fine art and photography papers from Innova. Click here to visit our recently expanded selection of Innova papers. If you have questions, chat with us online at or call us at 866-310-3335.

Post was first published in March 2019 and was updated May 8, 2019.

Freedom Paper Offers Eco-Smart Recycled Non-Woven PET Inkjet Banner Material

If you need a outdoor-durable, water-resistant PVC-free inkjet banner material consider Freedom Paper’s new 15-mil Eco-Smart Recycled Non-woven PET Banner Material for aqueous, latex, or UV-curable inks.

This recyclable non-woven polyester banner fabric is made from pressed recycled PET (polyester) fibers. It can be used anywhere you would use a coated scrim banner vinyl material. It’s great for hanging banners, pole banners, roll-up banner-stands, and outdoor event signage that requires earth-friendly, recyclable graphics. 

Freedom Paper Eco-Smart Recycled Non-Woven PET Banner Material

Our ultra-strong Eco-Smart Recycled Non-Woven PET banner material weighs only 220 grams per square meter, so it easier to hang than the heavier scrim-banner vinyl banner materials It can be hole-punched for grommets, sewn, or hemmed with double-sided banner tape. Short-term banners don’t need to be hemmed.

Freedom Paper Eco-Smart Recycled Non-Woven PET Banner Material can be ordered from the Freedom Paper website in two sizes: a 36 in. x 100 ft. roll and a 60 in. x 100 ft. roll. For more information, chat with us online at the Freedom Paper website or call us at 866-310-3335.

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