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      SPECIAL: Free Delivery in Oakland!
      SPECIAL: Free Delivery in Oakland!

      Moab Slickrock Metallic Paper

      $91.49

      Moab’s Slickrock Metallic Paper is a shiny metallic inkjet paper with a unique instant dry coating for vivid image reproduction. This paper adds unprecedented depth to an image, featuring exceptional reflective shine. Slickrock papers are all acid free, single-sided and water-resistant. They are exceptionally compatible with both dye and pigment inks.

      Metallic Silver: The metal-like surface produces vibrant images that jump off the paper and can be handled immediately after printing. This 300 gsm, truly metallic and ultra-shiny paper is ideal for both fine art and everything image reproduction. Images will be enhanced to appear lifelike and dimensional.

      Metallic Pearl: This 260 gsm paper is designed for photographers seeking to enhance their images with a subtle pearlescent metallic look. Black and White images shine on this paper, producing deep dark blacks and ultra-bright highlights. The paper’s high gloss and unique sheen make it ideal for everyday prints with a twist.

      Metallic Silver packs are available in 8.5" x 11" and 13" x 19", both with 25 sheets per package.

      Metallic Pearl packs are available in 5" x 7" (50 sheets per pack), 8.5" x 11" (50 sheets per pack), and 13" x 19" (25 sheets per pack).

      FLAX art & design is a genuine Oakland institution. Opening their first store in 1938, they're now on their 3rd generation of family ownership and have recently relocated to a beautiful new Downtown location that could best be described as a "toy store for artists." 80 years in and they're still putting art and community front and center. You can visit them at their own site here, or find more of their products right here on Keep Oakland Alive.