Art paper (also known as fancy paper, special paper) mainly refers to paper that is different from ordinary printing paper, such as coated paper, offset paper, newsprint, and packaging paper. This type of paper usually requires special paper processing equipment and technology, and the finished paper processed has rich colors and unique patterns.
1. From the pulp. Special paper pulp has higher quality requirements, mostly pure wood pulp, long fibers, and some also contain cotton. After making such a pulp composition, it has good strength and toughness, good paper stiffness and elasticity, and bright colors. The pulp of ordinary paper is equipped with a certain proportion of non-wood fibers, and the paper is easy to turn yellow, and generally needs to be coated.
2. From the perspective of dyeing, it can be divided into pulp dyeing and post-dyeing: pulp dyeing is the addition of toner when making paper into pulp, so that the color is evenly distributed in the paper fibers, the paper is saturated and uniform, and the cross section is the same. Post-dyeing is to dye the paper surface by infiltration after paper forming. The color stability is inferior to that of pulp dyeing. It is prone to discoloration in the presence of water. White paper is prone to white edges when folding, which destroys the overall effect.
3. From the perspective of the embossing method, it can be divided into front embossing and back embossing: front embossing refers to passing the soft felt when the pulp is not completely dehydrated, so that the paper fibers are distributed according to the natural texture of the felt, forming a special texture of the paper. The paper texture of the front embossing process is natural and delicate, and it will not harm the paper fibers. Post-embossing means that the finished paper passes through the engraved steel roller, and the paper is patterned by mechanical pressure. The advantages of post-embossing are simple process, relatively low cost and convenience. However, this process is harmful to paper fibers, so the quality of the base paper directly affects the quality of the finished paper after embossing. The pattern of the back embossing pattern is less changed, which is slightly more mechanical and rigid than the front embossing pattern.
4. From the perspective of use, it can be divided into economic art paper and collectible art paper. Economic art paper is generally velvet art paper, including enhanced matte paper, and fine-grained and etched art paper. Collectible art paper is generally soft, smooth cotton, and cold-pressed art paper. Please refer to Hanemler Art Paper. Compared with velvet art paper, its color expressiveness and texture clarity are more advantageous. For example, Pantec cold-pressed art paper has a rough and deep texture, does not contain acid, does not contain lignin, and is based on 100% cotton paper. Imitating the traditional watercolor paper, the nature of natural white is widely used in museums, large exhibitions, temples, etc. as a special art copy reproduction collection.
Art paper can be used in the production of exquisite book covers, high-end picture albums, brochure papers, art greeting cards, high-end office papers, high-end business cards, art postcards, art invitation letters, high-end decorative photographic output and personalized photography art exhibitions.
In addition, the collection-level art paper also meets the high requirements of printmaking, silkscreen printing, pen drawing, watercolor painting, personalized optimized oil painting art reproduction, and is the first for museums and other high-demand pavilions to use the collection-level art paper reproduction.
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