Anyone who knows anything about putting
ink on paper will tell you that although it's often the printed image
that is the most obvious element, the material which carries the image
can convey a more lasting and subtle impression in the long run.
The choice of paper can radically affect messages about the style and
content of a document - as well as providing the optimum conditions for
successful printing. Getting the paper right can make the crucial difference
between a good job and a really special one. As suppliers of some the
worlds finest papers, we understand that paper is the foundation for most
The end result may be a fine art catalogue, a text book produced to a
tight budget, or an annual report - it doesn't matter. Its value depends
on the quality, the character, and what we like to think of as the "rightness"
of the paper it's printed on.