Awagami Editioning Kitakata Select Warm 36gsm
Primarily composed of gampi fiber, Kitakata Select is a heavier version of our original Kitakata paper. This new version has the subtle gloss, density and resilient surface that so many artists have come to love from Kitakata (just now more than twice as thick!). Although listed as "unsized", Kitakata Select's gampi fibers exhibit natural sizing-like characteristics thus requiring no additional sizing.
- size 43x52cm
- weight 90gsm
- deckled edges 4
- material 90% Philippine Gampi / 10% Alpha Cellulose (Unsized)
- ph 6 to 7
- use Printmaking, drawing, collage, bookarts
Sold in individual sheets.
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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