Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Rhodia and Clairefontaine Paper Colors

Stephanie

Taken on a sunny day with slight editing for contrast. From left to right these are, Clairefontaine 90g, Clairefontaine Triomphe 90g, Webbie 90g, and “R” 90g.

A closer look at the Webbie paper and the paper in the new “R” premium pads. (Note – Webbie 2.0 paper is the same color as the 3.0. 3.0 version removed the Rhodia logo at the bottom of the page.)

Do you prefer white or off white paper for writing?


18 thoughts on “Rhodia and Clairefontaine Paper Colors

  1. Ivory.

    I just finished a Clairfontaine filled journal and I noticed how often I’d written This paper is SO white!

    I love the paper, but I’ve gone back to something a little less brillant. ;)

  2. Ivory.

    I just finished a Clairfontaine filled journal and I noticed how often I’d written This paper is SO white!

    I love the paper, but I’ve gone back to something a little less brillant. ;)

  3. It’s the ivory for me. Holly says it best. It’s easier to look at for long periods of time. It also suits Lie de Thé ink well too.

  4. It’s the ivory for me. Holly says it best. It’s easier to look at for long periods of time. It also suits Lie de Thé ink well too.

  5. White……for my primary writing. It shows off the inks I use better. I do like the cream color with a few shades of ink but I do not use them very often. I have a webbie just dedicated to brown ink and it looks very good.

  6. White……for my primary writing. It shows off the inks I use better. I do like the cream color with a few shades of ink but I do not use them very often. I have a webbie just dedicated to brown ink and it looks very good.

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