Takach Paper Company-Providing all of your fine art printmaking paper needs at unbeatable prices since 1999. Family business and woman/minority owned company providing customer service that is second to none. Give us a call today! 877-611-7197
At Takach Paper Company, “we believe that artists should have the opportunity to purchase the finest quality products at the best prices while experiencing exceptional and individualized customer service. ”
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Check out a few of our many beautiful papers that we offer at the best prices around! Click on our price list for a full inventory and paper descriptions.
This beautiful paper is 100% rag made in Holland. It is a smooth paper with 2 deckled edges. It is internally and surface sized which gives you the option to print dry or damp. This paper works great with Akua Waterbased Inks which are sold at Takach Press Corporation.
Rives BFK is a beautiful paper and we are proud to provide it for the art community at the price that we do. Its smooth surface, soft texture, and light sizing allow it to pick up every detail. It has two natural deckles, and two simulated, being torn at the finishing stage. BFK Rives is available in white, grey, tan, and cream. See also Arches Cover for another beautiful choice in papers available in white and cream.
Let’s begin with why it is so ideal for the silkscreen process: it features a very white crisp shade, it is very dimensionally stable, provides a wonderful smooth level surface along with a hefty weight in both 300gsm & 350gsm – all the attributes needed and expected from a paper suitable for serigraphy.
In addition to its popularity in printmaking, Somerset found success as a wonderful drawing paper due to its soft handle and supple feel in all three surfaces.
It also became a deluxe paper for the stationery industry, working equally well with letterpress, engraving, thermography and embossing.