WHAT PAPER YOU SHOULD GET, AND WHERE?
We are receiving many questions regarding what paper you should use. In this article we will help you to choose the weight, quality, colour...and show you a direction where to buy it.
120g - 240g/m²
The weight of the paper means how much the paper is thick. Make samples and try the different weights.
Find out the best fit for you. It also depends if you are cutting it out with scissors, or if you use a machine.
We recommend using colour paper 120g - 240g. The lighter paper is easy to cut and fold, however, the tougher paper the stiffer the final geometric art.
Experiment! Parametric design created visually attractive patterns, get the best out of it!
Hard folds of the paper create an astonishing 3D effect when floodlighted. Explore the effect of light and shade, contrast, and repetitive patterns. Find a perfect colour range for your interior home decoration and experience true 3D wallpaper.
Consider using a shiny paper. It is another great boost. The block will reflect the light in all the directions.
On product page you can find the HEX codes for colours which match together
WHERE TO GET IT
Try visiting local stationery shops, paper stores and craft shops. In our case - the local shop is called "World of paper" - they have all the kind of paper in a large A0 format which we divided in to multiple A3 or A4 sheets.
Try to Google: "Pantone colour paper", "Origami colour paper", "A3 colour paper", "A3 colour sheets" to find your local suplier.
Or go for AMAZON and other providers:
Amazon Perfect Ideaz
Amazon House of Card
Amazon Vaessen Creative Store
Amazon ELES VIDA Store
Amazon Canson Store
Ebay Sprint Stationers
Ebay Vesey Art Sand Crafts
WOOD VENEER / MARBLE WALLPAPER / METALIC PAPER
You can also experiment with other materials. Wood veneers look great - the final art looks like it is made from wood! Also wallpapers in decor of marble or metal look astonishing.