Museo Artist Cards for desktop digital inkjet printmaking are an ideal way to use your photographic and fine art images, for greeting cards, invitations, special events and promotional cards. These pre-scored fine art cards are printable on both sides, each reproducing equally beautiful color and quality on the newly designed 220 gsm, 0.014" stock. Museo Artist Cards are manufactured in the USA with the same high standards and archival characteristics as the existing range of Museo papers. Giving your friend or loved one a printed photograph of your favorite memory you share on fine art paper truly gives your card a sense of emotional appeal. Museo Artist Cards are compatible with most photo realistic inkjet printers. Each package of Museo Fine Art Cards comes with matching envelopes.
Museo Fine Art announces a new textured digital fine art paper, Museo Textured Rag Fine Art Paper. A delightfully textured paper, reminiscent of old world cold press watercolor paper, Museo Textured Rag Paper has been enhanced with an ink receptive layer that brings your images to life. This is no ordinary paper. It’s substantial weight and surface topography provides a high level of tactile sensations for both the hand as well as the eye. Museo Textured Rag Paper is available in a range of sheet and roll paper sizes.
When reaching for the highest level of photographic artistry, Museo® Silver Rag™ Paper enables you to print and preserve your work in an optimal way. Using Museo Silver Rag, fine art and gallery prints from celebrated image makers show extraordinary depth and detail along with the semi-gloss finish of traditional fiber-based photo paper.
Museo ® Portfolio Rag ™ Paper combines an extra smooth cotton base with Crane’s advanced coating to bring you a paper that feels luxurious and provides world-class image quality. Use Museo ® Portfolio Rag ™ Paper for your museum exhibition and portfolio prints and when you need exceptional tonal range on a surface that will not detract from your photographic images.
Museo (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 (Library of Congress, ISO) 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).