Some of our most intriguing art materials are papers that are not really papers at all.
We carry a very thin Japanese wood veneer mounted on a piece of blue paper causing the wood to appear tinted. There is a sheet of paper-backed cork slices as well, and a selection of more substantial wood veneers in both single or double sided. One of the earliest man-made writing surfaces is papyrus reeds, woven together and pounded into a solid sheet, of which we have several varieties.
All of these are terrific for texture in multimedia collage or design projects!