Nope, you can find no typo. This paper is called the Fabriano Black Black.

According to Fabriano:

Fabriano Black Black is a assortment of uncoated cardboards manufactured of ECF cellulose pulp. This paper is characterized by a quite deep black colour owing to the large excellent and lightfast pigments utilised for its manufacturing.

The paper can be employed for pastel, colour pencils, markers, passe-partout and portfolio shows.

Paper body weight out there are 300, 370, 460 and 680 gsm.

The paper is out there as sheets measuring 50 x 70cm, and as pads glued on a one side with these dimensions solutions: 20×20 cm, 21×29.7 cm (A4), 24×32 cm, 29,7×42 cm (A3) and 42×59.4 cm (A2).

This is my very first time drawing on black paper and the considered procedure is pretty distinctive from drawing or portray on white paper. You can see with this sketch I am however working with my usual line drawing model. I have utilized coloured pencils and Zig pigment markers for this sketch.

The paper has smooth great grain texture and will work perfectly with colored pencils, opaque inks and markers.

If your pencils or inks are not opaque enough, the black of the paper will nevertheless demonstrate by. The black, as the identify of the item suggests, is black black.

This is not watercolour paper so it’s not able to consider wet media. Black watercolour paper does exists, these types of as Stonehenge Aqua Black and Somerset Black Velvet Paper. So get the correct paper for the media you use.

Fabriano Black Black is very good for dry media and opaque markers.

If you are on the lookout for black drawing paper, the Fabriano Black Black is excellent and very satisfying to attract on. Pricing is quite affordable also. At time of evaluate, it’s US $9.82 for a 9 x 12-inch pad with 20 sheets on Blick Artwork Materials.

By the way, there’s also Fabriano White White paper as well. lol. Can’t wait for them to appear up with Product Cream and Brown Brown.


You can discover the paper on Jackson’s Artwork (British isles) and Blick Art Supplies.