Brushmarker PRO Water-based Markers Mini Box - 26 Color +1 blender Set


  • $398.00

Brushmarkers PRO are water-based, non-toxic markers with a brush-like tip, so it’s possible to work with them like in watercolour techniques. They are available in different colors but having even a small color palette at disposal, you can obtain a lot more of them thanks to blending - the colors can be mixed, lightened and obtained through tonal transitions by contacting the nibs of the markers. 

This 26 Color + 1 Blender set includes the following colors : Canary 166, Gold 283, Almond 216, Amber 195, Soft Peach 1. 200, Orange Red 051, Red 209, Magenta Red 170, Cerise 375, Magenta 359, Lilac 226, Purple Blue 688, Royal Blue 045, Cyan 207, Arctic Blue 264, Turquoise 654, Lush Green 228, Ocean Teal 377, Grass 253, Rose Wood 272, Henna 105, Sepia 074, Cool Grey 3. 158, Warm Grey 3. 276, Neutral Grey 3. 131, Black 030, Blending Brush.


  • Each pen contains 2.4ml of extremely fluid, water-based paint made with dye. The ink is also non toxic. Their ‘Liquid Ink Technology’ means that your marker will maintain the colour intensity up until the very last drop of ink has been used. These pens are also twice more efficient than traditional filter markers.
  • The Japanese nylon tip is exceptionally durable and is brilliantly responsive to changes in pressure and direction. This quality in particular makes them well suited to calligraphy or hand lettering techniques!
  • The barrel is of a comfortable weight and size in the hand, which makes creating smooth even strokes much easier.
  • Each pen also features a clear barrel, allowing you to keep track of the amount of ink remaining in the marker. Colour selection is made quick and easy as the pen cap is colour matched to the ink. The cap also has a handy pen clip to hold your pen in your sketchbook or in a pocket.

What is Karin Brushmarker PRO pens?

Karin Brushmarker PRO pens are designed by a Poland Calligraphy enthusiast,  Sylwester Ambroziak. He loves hand lettering at any place any time. However, many regular markers cannot satisfy his need because the nips are either not flexible enough to create smooth thick to thin strokes or the colors are too soft and spiritless. In 1989, he decided to make his own markers and manufacture range of pens. Since then they have created new, innovative drawing and sketching tools with the modern day artist firmly in mind. Their range allows artists to add a creative flourish to everyday tasks like writing and doodling while creating a product that also allows free reign on creativity.

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