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ICC Imagetec

Inkjet Media

ICC Imagetec is a supplier of quality inkjet media suitable for pigment and dye based systems. Below is an introduction to each of the brands we represent . These are primarily fine art printing papers and are used extensively world wide for exhibition and limited edition book production. We also have access tomany other papers so if you don't see what you are after here please contact us for further information. We have recently started to stock some Hahnemuhle products, starting with the ever popular PhotoRag 308gsm.



canson_logo.jpgCanson Infinity is the brand name given to the new Digital Fine Art & Photo range crafted in the Canson and Arches mills. Canson Infinity offers you Museum Quality Fine Art & Photo Inkjet Papers and Canvas. The Infinity range consists of a variety of weights and surfaces to suit both photographic and art reproductions. The rag papers are 100% cotton and of museum grade for longevity. Photo satin and gloss are also available as well as 100% cotton canvas and polly-cotton blends




logo-hahnemuehle.jpgHahnemuhle is a German manufacturer who have been making paper since 1584. They are makers of one of the most popular papers in the world, Hahnemuhle PhotoRag. Papers which were once used for etching and watercolour have been ported over to the digital line to produce outstanding inkjet papers. These genuine artist papers are made of 100 % cotton or pure alpha cellulose present smooth and textured surfaces and are provided with a matt Premium-Inkjet coating. This special coating permits high quality printing.


logo_museo.pngMuseo (pronounced Moo-zay-o) is the brand name given to the family of digital fine art media originally developed by Crane & Co. and now owned by InteliCoat Technologies. Museo is manufactured to archival standards with all products being 100% cotton, internally buffered (to prevent long term environmental acidification), and containing no optical brighteners (which are known to fade over time).



harman.jpgHarman inkjet products are produced in England, in the facility where Ilford once manufactured its B&W paper products. Harman was formed in 2005 by 6 ex managers of Ilford imaging which bought the B&W arm of Ilford and still produes photo products under the Ilford banner.

HARMAN is a pioneering professional imaging specialist which in 2007 announced the launch of its own range of inkjet media under the HARMAN PHOTO brand. The range features a real photo baryta base giving true photographic weight and feel to the paper. The imaging technology behind the paper has been extensively researched and the formulation gives an outstanding image quality in terms of extensive colour gamut, excellent tones and archival permanence properties.
Designed for digital fine art printing, HARMAN PHOTO Professional Inkjet Paper is of exhibition and museum quality. Specially designed anti curl technology ensures the prints remain flat after printing.


ilfordgfs.pngIlford Galerie Gold Fibre Silk has a baryta (barium sulphate) coated layer underneath the ink receiving layer equivalent to the structure of a traditional fibre photographic paper base. The media offers enhanced definition, extended tonal range, and excellent archival properties, all of which are important to the demanding professional digital photographer and printer. Coated fibre papers have a unique look and feel, which has become a standard among art photographers worldwide over the course of more than a century.