Eko Lux Paper Review
While folding Double Spearhead Tessellation, I reviewed Eko-Lux paper.
I discovered this paper at a local stationery store in Warsaw [update: as of 2020, it was no longer available]. It felt like uncoated Kraft paper, but and contrary to what the manufacturer’s web page [now defunct] said, it was not smooth but had a very distinctive and fine texture you can see both in the picture with standard lighting and in the darker areas of the backlit image.
I found this paper surprisingly good for tessellations which require small details since it’s pretty thin, yet crisp. Unfortunately, it only comes in A4 sheets and no larger sizes.