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Long, swirling strands of kozo provide contrast and texture in these traditional style unryu papers. Lightweight and translucent, choose from a wide spectrum of colors ranging from pastels to rich, vibrant hues.
Each machine-made 100% kozo sheet measures 25" × 37" and is produced in Thailand.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
Handling Charge — When ordering sheets of paper or board larger than 18” x 24” in quantities of less than 10, a $3.00 per order handling fee applies. Paper or boards may be assorted to reach the quantity of 10.
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from Liberty Hill, TX
Comments about Thai Unryu:
So pleased to find this lovely unryu paper at Blick. Price was right and super fast ship. Both the white and black papers were exactly what I needed for collaging. This paper is so forgiving, wet with a foam brush right where you'll tear, and can be layered beautifully. Useful for so many projects.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Black with gold thread
By Dylan the binder
I bought the black with gold thread thinking that the gold thread would be more string like or cottony but the little filaments where more like Easter grass. The paper itself is very nice though even if it is a little thin.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Good for fish printig
By printer of fishes
from Newport oregon
I use this paper for gyotaku.-fish printing It has a nice weight- 25gsm, and is strong enough for most fish. The fibers are not overwhelming, and it dyes well when I add color to the gyotaku. I use two types- the white unryu and the kozo chiri unryu. Both work well, but the chiri kozo unryu is stronger. Sometimes the large bark pieces in the chiri paper are distracting or are in the wrong place for the image, but overall it is my go-to paper for gyotaku
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Tiger rockfish gyotaku
Tags: Using Product
love this paper
By Rompin dog
I love this paper and have been using it for years. I use it in many different ways. I love the transparency of it but yet it is strong paper and comes in so many beautiful colors! I have tried many other Dick Blick decorative papers but this is my favorite.
Works great for calligraphy and pen and ink drawings!
By Artsy Teacher
from Incline Village, NV
I am a relief block printer and use Thai Unryu paper to create handprinted block prints for retail purchase. This paper is strong enough to print on and is a good value for the size of paper.
By Jim the Printer
from Antigo, WI
My husband is a block printer. He likes to use this for his prints. He has had some problem making holes in it, but he thought that was from overworking it when he was adding color.
love this paper, used for 20 years
By the fish printer
from Newport, Oregon
I am a nature printer and use this paper in all my classes-it is very strong, and the inclusions add to the over all image. It rare tears, works well wet or dry, and my students love it.
Great paper arrived in perfect condition
By Kids book painter
from Seattle, WA
This paper works well for collage. I'm not sure if the type "black ink" the review is for was the white paper I ordered, but my order was correct. I love how it gets stronger with acrylic paint so it can be easily cut for collage. Has a very organic feel with visible fibers, unless you choose to block them out with heavier paint.
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Decent paper but on the thin side.
By Chesapeake Bay Fish Prints
from Suffolk, VA
I use unryu fiber paper from a variety of sources for Gyotaku, Japanese fish rubbing/printing. This paper has a nice even color and fiber but in general 25 gsm weight paper is too thin for Gyotaku unless it's light color because in order to get a contrasting image you need to use a sufficient amount of ink and it bleeds through the paper. I've made a handful of really great rubbings on this paper but most don't turn out. It would be great if they offered all these papers in 35 or 40 gsm but so far it's near impossible to find so this is about your only choice. I personally no longer use it.
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Spadefish Gyotaku on Black Thai Unryu
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