Hemp Paper

 

Trying to stand out from the crowd for a new job? Print your resume on our Eco-Resume kit. The thicker, natural hemp paper will stand out from the rest, combined with the natural hemp envelope, and even make your own hemp business cards for it!

Hemp Art Packs

Drawing
Available in a versatile 70# (180 gsm) drawing weight. It features a lightly textured European laid finish and is recommended for pen and ink, watercolor, and a variety of media. Available in 11” x 14,” each pack contains 20 sheets. Natural white color. Acid-free, chlorine-free and archival quality. Inkjet printer and laser printer compatible.

Sketch
Available in a popular sketch weight (90 gsm). Featuring an elegant European laid finish, this paper is ideal for charcoal, pastel, pencil, and even light wash. Available in 11” x 14,” each pack contains 35 sheets. Natural white color. Acid-free, chlorine-free and archival quality. Inkjet printer compatible.

Watercolor
Available in this extra heavy 110# (300 gsm) watercolor weight. Watercolorists love the rough texture on both sides of each sheet. Available in 11” x 14,” each pack contains 12 sheets. Natural white color. Acid-free, chlorine-free and archival quality. Inkjet printer compatible.

 

Hemp Books

Journal
This large book measures 8.5″ x 11″ and features 65 pages of 24# (90 gsm) Hemp Heritage® paper. The front of each page is college ruled for writing, while the back side is left blank for sketching and doodling. Ideal for pastel, charcoal, pencil and even light wash.

Sketch
This large book measures 8.5″ x 11″ and features 75 pages of 24# (90 gsm) Hemp Heritage® paper. Ideal for pastel, charcoal, pencil and even light wash.

Large Drawing
This large book measures 8.5″ x 11″ and features 40 pages of 70# (180 gsm) Hemp Heritage® paper. Suitable for a wide range of media including pastel, charcoal, watercolor, gouache, pen and ink.

Small Drawing
This small book measures 4.25″ x 6.5″ and features 35 pages of 70# (180 gsm) Hemp Heritage® paper. Suitable for a wide range of media including pastel, charcoal, watercolor, gouache, pen and ink.

 

 

Did you know that the majority of books were originally written on hemp paper? Known for being more durable and having more longevity, they were used much more than tree based paper.

Tree based paper is one of the leading causes of global deforestation. Cutting down the forests, which take 40+ years to regrow, is a leading causes of carbon offset problems, leading to global warming. Hemp can be regrown every year in abundance, making hemp paper an incredibly more eco-friendly alternative to tree-based papers.