Exclusive paper that makes a difference

We are very proud to only print our posters on paper from Hahnemühle, one of the world's absolute leading manufacturers of fine art paper.

All our posters are printed on Hahnemühle Studio Enhanced 210g, a paper with a warm tone that gives your prints fantastic color reproduction and depth. The paper has a matte surface with a nice slightly textured surface, something that gives the artworks a more exclusive look.

Hahnemühle Studio Enhanced is an acid-free paper with an unbeatable quality. All Hahnemühle papers have been certified by independent institutes to be highly resistant to aging and last up to 60 years. The paper is also vegan produced and contains no wood fibers.

Print quality - What does it mean?

We use an industry-leading large format printer that is specially designed to meet the needs of conscious photographers and artists.

The printer has 12 color cartridges (the printing standard when printing posters is 4-8 colors) for maximum color absorption and contrast. This enables a print quality with an unbeatable wealth of detail that captures the very clearest colors and results in a print with fantastic deep blacks.

Give your poster a long life

Over time, there is a risk that the print on your posters will fade or that the paper will turn yellow if the quality is substandard. The lifespan is mainly affected by the choice of paper and the printing technology, something that we have kept in mind during production right from the start. In order for your print to have a long and durable life, there are also things to consider when it comes to the placement and storage of your poster.

Location of records

The placement of your paintings has a big impact on the longevity of your poster. Sunlight and artificial light from light bulbs is the biggest reason your prints fade over time.

When hanging your paintings, make sure they are not exposed to any direct sunlight through windows and that you do not place lights too close to your poster, a light bulb should not be placed closer than half a meter from your paintings.

Storage of records

The best way to store your records is to take them out of the frame and lay them flat in, for example, a folder, cupboard or drawer. It is important that they are stored in a dark and cool space without direct sunlight. If you store several posters, it is recommended to separate your posters with a sheet of paper between each print.