Modern - Rough - Sturdy - Matte
Bringing a brighter future to your magazine
Rough and tough, Holmen TRND brings action to your work. The paper is an edgy newcomer to the magazine market. Uncoated, matte and climate neutral, it will give your product a brand new image – and create a substantial cost saving in your production. Are you ready for the new trend?
Holmen TRND is literally a challenger among the magazine papers.The standout paper is ready to take on all comers. TRND is perfect for magazines that want to and dare to be different in what is a quite traditional market. The surface is tough and rough. The choice of Holmen TRND is not driven by common sense, but by feeling and artistic ambition.
The best of both worlds
Holmen TRND is an uncoated matte paper that gives you a range of choices in both grammage and colour. With this paper you get the best of both worlds. Text and images take on a powerful expression and Holmen TRND gives your magazine a very serious impression.
Perfect for magazines
This is a magazine paper packed with feeling, raw emotion and artistic ambition. Holmen TRND is an uncoated matte paper with a brightness of 80 and a wide range of options in terms of bulk, grammage and shade. It is a climate-smart paper made from virgin fibre, a renewable raw material that actually improves our environment.
Holmen TRND is rough, tough and a fine fit for magazines that want to make an impression and dare to shake up a quite traditional market. The paper is a true challenger among magazine papers, giving you the best of both worlds. Text and images make a more striking impact and as a whole your magazine takes on a highly credible feel. Bring a brighter future to your magazine!
ICC profile recommendation for Holmen TRND
Colour deviation from original tones, colour-cast in neutral grey tones and perceived image quality all have to be considered when choosing the most appropriate ICC profile. One single ICC profile cannot always handle all of these different aspects. The motif of the images to be printed also has a large impact on the final result.
In general there is an increased risk that a higher screen ruling may give a decreased print quality due to the higher dot gain. The half tone mottle may also become worse, especially in skin tones and similar. It therefore seems wiser to use the lower screen ruling.
Use ICC profiles from ECI – European Color Initiative. We recommend PSO MFC Paper (ECI).
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