Hahnemühle The Grey Journal Book

R145.00R212.00

THE GREY BOOK offers light grey paper in the highest quality, covered in an appealing textured, anthracite coloured cover.

The book allows for drawing and sketching over two pages with colours and shades standing out well on the paper surface. The non-absorbing, smooth, 120gsm paper is ideal for working with Indian ink, pencils, fine liners, acrylic markers as well as other water-based pens. With 40 sheets THE GREY BOOK offers plenty of room for your creativity. Available in both A4 and A5 format, making it ideal for creating urban sketches on the go.

 

  • Surface:  Smooth
  • Colour:  Light gray sketch paper
  • Sizes:  A4, A5
  • Weight: 120 gsm
  • Sheets per book: 40
  • Textured anthracite coloured cover
  • Thread-stitched bound book lays flat open
  • Acid-free book with red bookmark ribbon
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  • Hahnemühle’s THE GREY BOOK has been awarded as ‘Product of the Year 2018’ by the Association of PBS Brands Industry!

The smooth sketch paper is well suited for working with Indian ink, fountain pens and acrylic markers as well as other water-based pens with minimum abrasion. Colours stand well on the light-grey, non absorbing surface.  Subjects can be laid out from bright to dark and completed by setting white accents.

With its unobtrusive figure, the anthracite coloured cover provides the impression of precious wood and touching it feels great. Bound in several layers and thread stitched, all the pages seat solidly and allow the artist to work on two pages, across the centre seam.  A red bookmark ribbon completes the premium-quality features.

With 40 sheets / 80 pages featuring 120gsm, The Grey Book is slim and an ideal companion if you are on the road or travelling. At the same time, it comes with enough reserves for many subjects. Available in A4 and A5, acid-free and with a high level of longevity.

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