This is an unusual paper. It's almost impressionistic instead of literal. You really need to zoom in and check it out. The white side is a heavily painted brick wall. I mean lots of paint which is good since it only sort of reads as brick, more texture then masonry. This works well for indoor themes since interior brick walls often get painted over. Anything livingroom, Christmas, maybe kitchen, perhaps even some pop graphics. I'm using it in collage as an alternative to hand texturizing white paper. The other side is the teal/aqua, and blue streaks are da bomb. It kind of reads as fabric but isn't the usual repeated fibers on some many of those papers. It also has tons of character, even some motion. To me, this would be great for underwater scenes, not to mention rainy days or silhouette trees or forest. I'd say this is a paper that should be in everyone's stash since the colors are so versatile.
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