Brilliant Museum digital media have been especially formulated to meet the high standards and preferences of the most discriminating fine-art printer. Available in two different substrates, SilverGloss and Satin Matte, and each comes in a choice of two base tones, White and Natural. SilverGloss are the acid-free, alpha-cellulose papers that emulate the classic, air-dried, glossy fibre-based traditional silver-halide papers used by the master black-and-white printers.
Satin Matte is a 100% cotton rag substrate media that features a rich, satin-matte surface that, unlike some matte surface papers, is not dead or flat. The White base papers are slightly optically brightened — yet archivally proper — to produce an elegantly subtle punch that really enhances some images. The non-brightened neutral Natural base doesn’t exhibit any of the usual dull yellow look that is found on many of the other non-brightened papers on the market today. All four types are a heavy, 300 gsm with a thickness between 18 and 19 mils, depending upon type.