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8x8 Stonehenge White Paper Pad
By Legion PaperPart of Stonehenge White  RUN # 01843b
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8x8 Stonehenge White Paper Pad
By Legion PaperPart of Stonehenge White
RUN #01843b
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SIZE8 x 8 Inches
TYPE250 gsm / 90lb 15 Sheet 100% Cotton Acid Free Paper Pad
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RUN INFORMATION
SHIPPING INFO
SIZE8 x 8 Inches
TYPE250 gsm / 90lb 15 Sheet 100% Cotton Acid Free Paper Pad
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
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ABOUT THIS ART
This studio workhorse provides a supple surface that's agreeable to myriad creative disciplines. Originally created for printmakers, this cotton paper soon spread across all drawing techniques, especially colored pencil. This is Stonehenge White.

Stonehenge was created in 1972 specifically as a 100% cotton deckled paper for the printmaking community, made to rival the more expensive European mouldmade papers. It was quickly adopted not just by printmakers, but by artists across working in a broad spectrum of media.

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ABOUT LEGION PAPER:
Making paper is an art. We represent centuries of tradition and mastery in fine art papers. Since our 1994 inception, we have traveled the globe searching for the finest papers from the finest manufacturers. To date, we offer more than three thousand existing papers from sixteen countries but our quest continues. Collaborating with some of the most legendary artists and renowned mills, we are known as the world's most relentless innovator in the art of papermaking. We constantly aim to be ahead of the curve. We listen to your needs and seek out new ways for you to enhance your work. We add value to creative work. We put vision into paper. We are paper.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Making paper is an art. We represent centuries of tradition and mastery in fine art papers. Since our 1994 inception, we have traveled the globe searching for the finest papers from the finest manufacturers. To date, we offer more than three thousand existing papers from sixteen countries but our quest continues. Collaborating with some of the most legendary artists and renowned mills, we are known as the world's most relentless innovator in the art of papermaking. We constantly aim to be ahead of the curve. We listen to your needs and seek out new ways for you to enhance your work. We add value to creative work. We put vision into paper. We are paper.

THE BEGINNING
The history of Legion Paper started in March 1994 in New York when art paper salesmen Michael Ginsburg and Len Levine decided to join forces. Combining their unique expertise, they vowed to play a pioneering role in the world of fine art paper. In the words of Joshua Levine, current CEO and son of co-founder Len Levine: “They had bigger eyes. They were at a point in their lives where they could just have decided to make a good living selling paper. Instead they chose to create something new, something impactful and everlasting.”

TRAVELING THE GLOBE
Such a mission entails never ending travel. In the nineties, Michael and Len traveled to centuries-old German mills, visited legendary Italian manufacturers, Nepalese villages at the foot of the Himalayas, handmade paper makers in the Northern regions of Thailand and mills on Japanese islands. They weren’t just traveling to bring paper home, they wouldn’t only limit themselves to selling what the mills were offering. Instead, they wanted to know what the mill was capable of making. Could these machines and handmade paper craftsmen make what the fine art market wanted?

LISTENING TO ARTISTS
This had been Ginsburg’s strategy from the start of his career. Since the early seventies, he has invested much of his time in listening to artists. He asked them: “What is your perfect paper? What does this ideal paper look like? What does it feel like? What color palette is desired?” With that information, Michael traveled to mills he knew had the capability of producing the best substrates. By trial and error, going back and forth between the mills and the artists, Ginsburg would come back with trials of paper his artists had asked for. Len, at the time Ginsburg’s competitor, was experimenting with new US-made 100% cotton papers for high-end fine art reproduction. So together, they set out to know exactly which mill was capable of making the papers they had in mind. This is still the method we use at Legion Paper. Half a century later, we still listen to the wishes of artists and seek out ways to make them come true.

HISTORIC FINE ART PAPER MILLS
Joshua Levine is convinced there isn’t a fine art paper mill in the world Legion doesn’t know of. “We represent more than 60 paper mills in sixteen countries. Some of our European mills have centuries-old expertise in the art of papermaking. The German Zerkall mill, for instance, dates back to the seventeenth century and produces some of the finest quality mould-made papers in the world. This mill created the letter invitations for Napoleon’s wedding to Marie-Louise of Austria. The 600 year old Italian Magnani mill, is said to have provided the paper on which Da Vinci made his storied sketches and paintings. As true paper connoisseurs, it doesn’t get much better than this.”

“Apart from having a fascinating history, the mills we work with have fascinating abilities, offering endless possibilities in paper making. Before our arrival many of them weren’t producing art papers. We collaborate with them to manufacture papers we designed. Nobody knows the capabilities of more fine paper mills than Legion. This is the only way to put the wishes of artists and designers into the reality of paper.”

UNIQUE POSITION
Legion doesn't just source, distribute and sell paper. We love sharing our know-how. "We find ourselves at the intersection of paper mills, printmakers, artists, photographers, framers and many other creatives," says Joshua. "We function as a bridge between all of them. We have a unique position and make extensive use of it.”

PAPER CONSULTANTS
“Deeply rooted in the art world, we do so much more than just represent paper mills”, says Ginsburg. “We want to enhance the art works of creative people, whether it’s a photographer, painter, designer or printmaker. We are proud to have designed papers that have enabled artists to create what they were limited in creating before.”

We don’t keep our expertise to ourselves. Get in touch with us. We love to share our passion for paper. For each specialty and exception, we are the solution. We're proud of our inventory of over three thousand papers. If we don't have what you need, we know where to find it. And if it doesn't exist, we will create it for you. That is what makes Legion the unique resource we are today.
The Artist Pad Collection
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Stonehenge White
This studio workhorse provides a supple surface that's agreeable to myriad creative disciplines. Originally created for printmakers, this cotton paper soon spread across all drawing techniques, especially colored pencil. This is Stonehenge White.
Stonehenge Warm White
This paper has refined strong and versatile quality. With characteristics of warm tones and a smooth supple surface, it has traditional feel with the ability to apply multiple layers of color. This is Stonehenge Warm White.
Stonehenge Colors
With five neutral colors to choose from, Natural, Fawn, Cream, Pearl Grey and Warm White, each sheet offers a new starting point for your work, while the surface is perfect for all drawing techniques. This is Stonehenge Colors.
Stonehenge Kraft
Inspired by the industrial look of paper grocery bags. Each earth-toned leaf provides a surface perfect for printmaking, drawing or experimentation. All-cotton and emanating Stonehenge archival virtues. This is Stonehenge Kraft.
Stonehenge Aqua Coldpress
Hand-crafted with the watercolorist in mind, this rugged and textured substrate is our latest creation in artisan paper. Each coldpressed sheet naturally receives applied moisture, making it ideal for blending and lifting color. This is Stonehenge Aqua Coldpress.
Stonehenge Aqua Hotpress
Smooth and silky. Water permeates this paper slowly, allowing time for fine details and subtle color gradations. Pigments tint bright and radiant. An innovative, custom-made paper to fulfill the needs of watercolor artists. This is Stonehenge Aqua Hotpress.
Stonehenge Light
The airy cousin to our classic white sheet. With a silky surface, it is perfect for the artist who prefers a more delicate sheet that can work with all fine drawing techniques. This is Stonehenge Light.
Lenox Cotton
Designed to withstand both delicate and bold impressions, this sturdy substrate was our first 100% cotton paper to be produced by an American mill. With a soft textured finish, it's the ideal surface for graphite, pastel, colored pencil and charcoal. This is Lenox.
Yupo Translucent
With a translucent finish, these slick sheets are an excellent beginning point for a variety of mediums. Remaining true to all Yupo revolutionary qualities, this substrate allows artists to rethink coloring from a fresh perspective. This is Yupo Translucent.
Yupo Medium
A true innovation in fine art substrates. This synthetic, tree-free paper is everlasting and non-absorbent. It resists buckling with wet media and can be wiped clean. Pigments will retain true clarity and brightness. A new way for techniques to flourish. This is Yupo Medium.
Yupo Heavy
A radically novel breed of paper. Tree-free, bright white and stainproof, it allows artists to create shapes, patterns and nuances that are impossible to achieve on conventional papers. Non-absorbent and slick, a revelation for artisans. This is Yupo Heavy.
The Complete Set
This Pad Set Includes
(1) 9x12 Inch Stonehenge White Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Stonehenge Warm White Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Stonehenge Colors Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Stonehenge Kraft Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Stonehenge Aqua Coldpress Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Stonehenge Aqua Hotpress Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Stonehenge Light Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Lenox Cotton Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Yupo Translucent Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Yupo Medium Paper Pad
(1) 9x12 Inch Yupo Heavy Paper Pad
WE ARE PAPER.
At Legion, our art is paper. And now we are proud to announce our new redesign, a bold disruptive look that takes three of our papers, new and old, and connects them so you know that you are getting the quality, consistency and substance you demand for your art.

It was time to break tradition. To create something the market had never touched upon. The design-savvy covers strip away the clutter of conventional pad covers, using a varnish text against a solid background color to capture the attention of the artist without being intrusive. Designed for the artist’s eye, the clean, bold type tells you the paper, a beautiful gloss overlay paints an ephemeral verbal picture of exactly what that paper can do.
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