This fine printmaking paper is a staple for any artist’s paper collection. Made in Thailand from a mix of kozo (mulberry) and bamboo fiber, the sheets are thin yet very strong, making them ideal for lino block printing, woodblock printing, and silkscreen. Black Ink Block Printing Papers are also great for use with sumi painting, light watermedia, bookbinding, and digital photographic reproduction processes. The paper is smooth on one side, lightly textured on the other. The sheets are neutral pH and measure 9 in. x 12 in. Bleached Mulberry pack contains 25 sheets of bleached white paper. Unbleached Mulberry pack contains 25 sheets of unbleached white paper. Small Assorted Colors pack contains 24 sheets of paper, with six sheets of black and three sheets each of the following colors: tea, pear, sky, red, purple, and mustard. Large Assorted Colors pack contains 45 sheets of paper, wit five sheets each of the following colors: tea, pear, sky, red, purple, mustard, black, bleached white, and unbleached white.
Thai Mulberry Block Printing Paper Packs
by Black Ink
color: bleached mulberry
color: small assorted colors
Rated by: Millicent W. in Eleele, HI
Quality and texture of this paper work well with water soluble inks.
Rated by: Anita V. in Beulah, ND
I'd been looking for some good quality mulberry paper for quite some time, but it seemed SO expensive-until I found this! It's wonderful, great texture, great selection of colors...a little bleeding, but I loved the results. Definitely worth the money!
Rated by: Sharon W. in Geneva, OH
I used this paper for lino block printing with more then ten layers of ink. Strong paper, took the abuse, absorbs well and produced good prints. Prefer the smooth side. Wish the paper was less transparent.
Rated by: Tatiana G. in Seattle, WA
This paper worked beautifully in my color printer. The color was saturated and the texture of the paper is very appealing. There was a some bleeding but it did not mar the image. I'm reordering more of the paper.
Rated by: gin w. in mobile, AL
This paper is a good printing paper. It is pretty thin, but it soaks the ink so well! You would need to have a backing if you are selling prints!Thanks MisterArt.com for always being on so fast with shipping, and the products always come shipped very nice!