Awagami Editioning Kitakata Select (Warm) Roll 36gsm
Our most famous paper, Kitakata is now available in ROLLS. Composed mostly of Philippine gampi fiber, the paper exudes a warm tone and is highly resilient (due to the natural 'sizing' properties of its fiber.) Ideal for printmaking, drawing, mixed-media, book-arts and alternative photography. Please try Kitakata rolls for yourself to learn why this paper is so internationally beloved.
- size 97cm x 10m (Unsized)
- weight 36gsm
- deckled edges 2
- material 90% Philippine Gampi / 10% Alpha Cellulose (Unsized)
- ph 6 to 7
- use Printmaking, drawing, alt. pro photography, mixed-media, encaustic, collage, bookarts
Awagami Editioning Papers are crafted with the artistry and knowledge of 300 years of washi papermaking. The papers are made using traditional Japanese fibers such as kozo & gampi as well as other non-tree fibers; bamboo and cotton. Fibers are often skillfully combined yielding washi with highly unique textures and expressive characteristics. All washi in this collection feature 4 feathery deckled edges that add a subtle refinement to finished works.
Awagami Editioning Papers are acid-free, archival and made with a strict attention to quality and preservation. All the papers from this series may be used by artists for a wide range of techniques from ink to printmaking to drawing.
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