November 2015

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With the same velvety drawing texture as their traditional Blackwing Pencils, Palomino has created the Blackwing Vol. 725: a limited edition pencil that serves as a tribute to music. What makes this pencil different from the rest of the Blackwing family is the more balanced lead, helping to deliver a soft, dark line. The body of the pencil reflects the sunburst colors of on a Fender Stratocaster guitar, the first electric guitar used on stage at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival–and whose debut on July 25th gives the pencil its name. 

Kuretake Fudegokochi Brush Pen

The Kuretake Fudegokochi Brush Pen (pronounced foo-deh-goh-koh-chee) will be sure to inspire your next creation. If you’re not used to a firm felt-tipped brush pen, this is a great pen to practice with. It has a small nib for better control and less mess when you start sketching. Move the pen slowly across your page for the best ink flow. What makes this Kuretake brush pen limited edition is the colorful body style, which, up until now, has only been available in Japan. 

Prima-Flo® Acrylics from Weber®

We’ve discovered a beautiful acrylic paint with incredible fluidity. The Prima-Flo® Acrylics from Weber® are highly pigmented and will not dilute when added to other paint mediums. From detail work on mixed-media pieces to a fresh coat of color on your canvases, Prima-Flo Acrylics stand up to the most challenging projects. 

Liquitex Freestyle Paddle Brush

Whether you’re painting a mural or covering a canvas with gesso, the Liquitex Freestyle Paddle Brush will push your paint around with ease. Designed for medium to large scale projects, this brush has a comfortable handle and thick synthetic bristles. The Liquitex Freestyle Paddle Brush comes in a variety of sizes so you can cover all of your surfaces efficiently.