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The White Review chooses Olin Fine Paper


Antalis UK has supplied the paper for a truly collaborative and inspirational anthology produced by The White Review, a leading arts and literary publisher.




The White Review Art Anthology features the best of magazine issues Nos 1-20. It is a lavishly produced compendium of artist interviews and series of artworks from the first seven years of The White Review magazine’s history.

Antalis worked in partnership, with both the design team at The White Review and the printer PUSH of London, to supply paper that would be as inspiring as the contents of this unique publication. The mutual aspiration of all three partners was simple; the design required uncoated paper that was high in quality and aesthetics as well as tactile and bright to complement the beautiful printed images and text it supported on page.

Olin paper, manufactured in the UK and stocked by Antalis, fitted the brief perfectly. The White Review used a mixture of whites and creams with differing textures throughout to create the visual qualities required for each part of the publication. Olin Regular Cream was selected for the cover, dust jacket and the text pages, with Olin Regular Natural White chosen for the colour sections. Olin Regular is a quality uncoated paper, made with eucalyptus fibres and it provided exceptional opacity with natural tones to complement the text and images. Olin Smooth High White 120gsm was the choice for the further 26pp colour sections providing a delightfully soft surface with excellent formation. Olin Smooth has an exceptional opacity and the high white shade gave this publication superb colour reproduction on both sides of the sheet.

Presented in its signature typeface, this limited edition celebrates a broad spectrum of art disciplines across theatre, performance, film, photography, protest, painting and installations. It features interviews with Yvonne Rainer, Stan Douglas, Camille Henrot, Mark Leckey, Gustav Metzger, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Elizabeth Peyton, Juergen Teller, and Luc Tuymans, alongside art series from David Noonan, Talia Chetrit, Alison Rossiter, Jeff Keen, Annette Kelm and Nicolas Party.

For more information visit The White Review www.thewhitereview.org   or go to www.antalis.co.uk