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Looking for unique papers? We've got them.

Customers often call IT Supplies and ask for products that are unique, setting prints apart from the norm. Here’s a few different papers that we offer, all have a unique aesthetic value that is sure to make your prints different.

Canson Infinity Photo Hi Gloss Premium RC Paper

  • If you’re looking for a super glossy photo paper with some real pop, look no further. The surface of Canson Infinity Photo Hi Gloss Paper is extrememly bright white and has a very high gloss level (according to Canson Infinity, it’s the highest gloss level on the market amongst RC papers.) If everyday gloss paper isn’t cutting it in terms of “glossy pop” and image sharpness, try Photo Hi Gloss Premium RC Photo Paper from Canson Infinity.

Moab Moenkopi Unryu

  • Moab Moenkopi Unryu is a Japanese Inkjet Washi Paper, similar to Japanese rice papers seen in traditional artisitc uses. Unryu is a beautifully hand-crafted, earthy paper with long course fibers that give this paper a veiny look and feel. This Inkjet Washi paper is extremely thin and light weight at only 55gsm.

Moab Moenkopi Unryu Japanese Inkjet Washi Paper

Chrome Pure Gold & Silver Inkjet Paper

  • The newest addition to our Chrome Metallic line of products Pure Gold & Silver inkjet paper is a very unique niche product. Although this paper probably isn’t the best paper for traditional photography, it does add an extremely cool pop to images. The printable surface looks similar to a metal, giving prints a gold or silver metal sheen.

Chrome Pure Gold & Pure Silver Inkjet Paper


  • This media is unique because of its multiple applications. From creating custom wall cut-outs to large scale murals, Photo-Tex will allow you to be extermemly creative in your display of prints. This media is 100% removable (without leaving residue), it’s even re-usable and re-positionable.

Photo Tex Adhesive Fabric used as custom cut-outs for children’s bedroom decor


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