Moab Moenkopi Unryu 55 for Wide Format Printer/Plotter
Translated literally as 'cloud dragon paper', Unryu is made by adding long course fibers to a wet layer of Kozo (mulberry) on the mould. A highly decorative sheet which is perfect for adding depth to a print. Designed for use with archival ink jet printers, Moenkopi papers have been treated for use with most dye and pigment inks for a sharp image structure but maintain the exquisite feel expected from a fine Japanese Washi paper. Basis weight: 55 gsm, 10 mil, singlesided. for Wide Format Printer/Plotter
Moenkopi [moe-in-koe-pee] is not a Japanese name and Moab is not located in Japan, but these papers represent a unique partnership with the Awagami Factory in Tokushima, Japan. Moenkopi is a Native-American name which was used to identify a mudstone layer of rock common in the Moab area. The world-famous Fisher Towers seen in many a John Wayne film, were formed in this strata. These unique towers seem to %ow from the earth. It is fitting then that Moenkopi would be used to define our family of environmentally-friendly Japanese papers made primarily from Kozo (mulberry) fibers.
Notice: Smaller size sheets are subject to 1 - 2 weeks shipping delay.
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