Papillon Papers

The Sunday Paper #265

June 23, 2019

Paper of the Week: Papillon Papers

I recently interviewed the proprietors of Papillon Papers on Paper Talk (see below). Here you see one of their beautiful old/new designs. They cut the block and hand printed a design they resurrected from the 18th century on Indian cotton rag handmade paper.

Italian diamond block printed sheet from Papillon

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Mitsumata

The Sunday Paper #113, June 26, 2016

Sponsored Paper of the Week: Handmade Mitsumata Iron Oxide Pink and Grey from the Japanese Paper Place

These handmade mitsumata papers are dyed with iron oxide, and to produce the grey color, mixed with sumi (soot). Added to the Japanese Paper Place (JPP) inventory in just the last 2 years, these papers are typical of the

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