Canon has recently expanded its paper offering with a non-woven wallpaper for bespoke interior decoration and a range of high quality art paper ideal for professional photography.
LFM345 is a high quality, non-woven 130 g/m² wallpaper made of pulp and textile fibres, developed for use with Océ CrystalPoint® technology. Printing using the high quality print modes on Océ ColorWave devices yields excellent results, making the paper ideal for creating wallpaper for exhibitions, stage décor and even bespoke home decoration.
It was developed specifically for use with digital print technology, making it suitable for print providers who want to offer wallpaper-on-demand services to interior decorators and designers or direct to consumers.
LFM345 retains its high strength when wet yet is humidity-permeable. It covers cracks perfectly and doesn’t contain any glass fibres or PVC. It is also free from any substances that could be harmful to health or the environment when it’s disposed of.
The range of Museo Fine Art papers was developed for professional photographers and artists who want to produce photographic prints for sale or exhibition using digital inkjet printing. They meet this discerning market’s need for high quality coated papers that will enhance both colour and black-and-white prints.
The Museo range of papers is acid-free and 100 per cent cotton-based. It includes a rag paper ideal for museum, exhibition and portfolio prints and one with a semi-gloss finish to bring out the best in black-and-white and colour images. Another has a textured matt surface that resembles the look and feel of watercolour paper.