BFK Rives White 280gsm 56x76cm
The BFK Rives White in a 280gsm paper weight. Available in 56 x 76cm sheet, with four deckled edges.
Made on a cylinder mould (traditional process): quality close to that of paper made by craft methods. The slow turning of the cylinder enables the fibres to be deposited evenly and spread in all directions over the wire. The paper is therefore more homogeneous and has good dimensional stability. When printing, the job of positioning the humidified paper is much easier and the paper can easily withstand repeated passages through the press. Only paper-making on a cylinder mould can produce paper with deckle edges.
Uses: Pencil, pastel, charcoal, sanguine crayon, graphite, felt pen, lithography, intaglio engraving, relief printing, linocut, letterpress, screen-printing, hot-foil stamping, bookbinding, heat embossing, collotype printing
100% cotton: Paper has very good mechanical strength. Pleasure of using a soft, supple, noble material (unbelievable feel).Texture: Light fine grain: perfectly balanced soft grain and smooth surface that brings out the slightest detail. Allows the artist to obtain shadow and light effects, to create contrasts.
Conservation: With alkaline reserve, acid-free, no optical brightening agents (permanent in accordance with ISO 9706)
Watermark: " BFK Rives France ∞ "
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