Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 24, 2009
The photo inkjet paper market is overflowing with products. Beyond the name on the box, many papers are hard to distinguish. To escape the same old look and feel, inkjet printer users are seeking media that are different and add an extra dimension to their prints. To meet this demand, Red River Paper, a Dallas based specialty paper company, recently introduced Cordovan Textured Glossy inkjet photo and note card paper.
60lb. Cordovan Gloss features a unique textured surface similar to a fine leather finish. The texture adds a unique look to any image and perfectly balances the need to see the texture but not distract from image details. "Cordovan is a great solution for portfolio pages, greeting cards, photo books, and any project where you want to engage others with a unique visual and tactile experience," says Drew Hendrix, Vice President at Red River Paper.
Cordovan's ability to reproduce beautiful saturated color and sharp detail is thanks to a professional quality microporous emulsion compatible with any inkjet printer. The back is plain paper suitable for printing text and light graphics.
Dallas based wedding photographer and Pulitzer Prize Finalist Joseph Victor Stefanchik notes "Red River's Cordovan Gloss is a wonderful, hybrid inkjet paper that has the characteristics of a fine-art paper combined with a glossy surface. Cordovan Gloss is so unique that I can't wait to introduce my clients to this luxurious surface."
The new Cordovan Textured Gloss comes in a number of popular pre-scored printable note card sizes as well as 8.5x11, 13x19, 4x6, and 5x7 sheets. The new paper is available at http://www.redriverpaper.com/cordovan.
Red River Paper was founded in 1997 and has become a trusted supplier of premium photographic inkjet papers to a wide variety of customers around the world. The company offers products that match or exceed retail brand quality with a savings as much as 40%.
If you'd like more information about Cordovan Textured Gloss, go to http://www.redriverpaper.com/press