/ohk"tag'/, n.
[OAK + TAG1]

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  • oaktag —    A thin but stiff card or cardboard, the kind used in the typical manilla file folder. Also see bristol board, illustration board, paper, and vellum …   Glossary of Art Terms

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  • tagboard — /tag bawrd , bohrd /, n. a strong cardboard suitable for tags or posters. Also called oaktag. [1900 05; TAG1 + BOARD] * * * …   Universalium

  • board —    May refer either to a piece of lumber or to a sturdy sheet of some other material, such as cardboard, Masonite, etc. May also refer to a billboard. Also see bristol board, matboard, oaktag, panel, and wood …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • bristol board or Bristol board —    A sturdy drawing surface used for many types of two dimensional artwork, including lettering. It is available in several finishes, including a smooth plate finish and a medium vellum. It can be used on both of its sides. Also see card or… …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • card or cardboard —    A stiff paper which may be of any of many thicknesses, typically made of pressed paper pulp or adhered sheets of paper. Special types include bristol board, corrugated cardboard, foam core or foam board, illustration board, matboard, and… …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • foam core —    or foam board    A strong, stiff, resilient, and lightweight board of polystyrene laminated with paper on both of its sides. It may be any of several thicknesses, in any of a variety of colors. It is often employed as a surface on which to… …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • illustration board —    A bristol board made with a close weave. Illustration board is a strong, heavy paper or card appropriate as a support for pencil, pen, watercolor, collage, etc. It is more archival if it is acid free. Also see oaktag …   Glossary of Art Terms

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