Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm

We have been rather busy over the past few weeks. After a great time in Liverpool with The Double Negative team we sent out some notworkrelated promotional literature to companies that we would love to work and collaborate with on projects. We are now working closely with two partners.

Firstly we have strengthened our friendship with The Print Space in London and after appearing on their blog and judging their Self Portrait competition, we are working on promotional material for notworkrelated as well as printing all our shop orders through them. We highly recommend their printing skills and great customer service.

Secondly we will be appearing at ‘Focus on Imaging’ 2013 at the Birmingham NEC with Canson Infinity on Monday 4th March from 10am. With 450 years of high quality paper heritage we will be showcasing our travel photography with Canson Infinity and talking to fellow photographers interesting in printing and paper stocks. If you are at the event feel free to come over and say ‘Hi’.

And… hot off the press we have two prints back from The Print Space printed on the lovely Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag (310gsm). ‘Yosemite National Park, California, USA’ and ‘Decorative Basket, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia’ both look amazing on this matt textured stock.

You can purchase limited edition prints from our shop. All printed on two stocks by Canson Infinity, either the above mentioned Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag or the Canson Infinity Baryta Photographique.

For your viewing pleasure we have photographed the prints and you can get a good idea as to the texture and quality the Aquarelle Rag has to offer.

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