Kozo papers are made primarily from mulberry bark. Kozo paper has been around for over 1000 years and is still made using traditional means by several small paper mills. With a special inkjet coating, kozo paper offers amazing black density and sharpness not achieved with matte surface inkjet paper. The softness of the paper surface and the density of the kozo fibers allow the ink to be absorbed deeper into the paper surface, while maintaining detail. This produces an inkjet print that appears much less superficial. I use four different kozo papers that vary in thickness, and tone, based on the imagery being printed.