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Marble Retro Papers

BIG SALE - 40%

NEW PRICE - 36$ for set of 20 Hand Marbled Papers

Ebru (marbling Art) – is art famous from 16 century as Art for decorating paper that after were using in books (covers, pages, endpapers). The process of making paper – is spraying colors on water, creating pattern and transfering it from water on paper –some way it is monotype from water. All works are unique and can’t be repeated. Here you can see some video what the way I’m creating marbled papers.

I have been making Ebru more than 6 years. For now I can make all possible patterns in Ebru-technique. The size of my works depends on size of cup with water. For now usually these are A3, 35-50 cm, 50-70 cm. My ebru-works are already known because of quality not only in Ukraine but in other countries also.

16 unique handmade marbled textures JPG + 4 extras unusual papers

The way of using such patterns is endless – it can be background for any kind of paper works such as posters, postcards, invitations, and of course for websites as well. As an interior designer I use my patterns for decorating home places: pictures on the walls, fabrics etc.

Just use your imagination and enjoy!

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