Paper – Sketchbooks

Strathmore

The Strathmore brand name began to appear on our fine art papers in 1899, first with Charcoal and soon after with Bristol. The Strathmore brand quickly became known as one of the highest quality art papers used by many leading artists around the world. Strathmore has kept this reputation as a supplier of fine art paper for over a century. Today, we continue to provide artists of all levels with the ideal surface for producing beautiful works of art.

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Bee

Bee Paper Company is committed to providing the best quality papers for the aspiring and professional artist. The unique qualities inherit to the paper allow extreme versatility. Bee Paper is able to offer artists a wide variety of papers to meet nearly any form of medium. From sketching to detailed pen work, all the way to heavy watercolor washes and oil paints, Bee Paper carefully crafts papers for all sorts of creativity and uses. Nearly all Bee Paper products are milled within the United States. Top quality levels are vital, always created to cater to the fine artist, never for mass production.

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Canson

Over generations, Canson® has managed to retain the expertise of master craftsmen stationers, while continuing to innovate: tracing paper in 1807, Mi-Teintes®, the first dyed paper , a patented photographic paper in 1865 and used by the pioneers of photography, the famous school “pochette” in 1947, Canson® Infinity, a range dedicated to inkjet printing for editing and art photography in 2008 … 

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Stillman & birn

The Zeta series has “extra heavy weight paper” at 180lb/270gsm. The paper has a really good thickness almost card like and very similar to Bristol board. Usually with sketchbooks you learn to live with the paper buckling with even the slightest watercolour wash. With these books, I threw lots of washes onto a single page and its really resilient. So, you can do full watercolours in this book without fear. There is a very slight affect on the paper but its hardly noticeable at all.

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Moleskine

Moleskine was created as a brand in 1997, bringing back to life the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers over the past two centuries: among them Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Bruce Chatwin.

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Ecojot

The thought, care, and quality it takes to produce a custom journal, greeting card or notebook sourced from post consumer recycled material is best done close to home. Our bindery is located just outside of Toronto where we have a production team of 10 -15 skilled and detailed individuals who we have grown to love like family. Give us a ring, send an email, write a note or tweet us! We are easy and quick to work with plus we love discovering new ways to make paper fun.

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