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SEPTEMBER’S
#COLORSOFTHEMONTH
ARE HERE!

 
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Explore Our Brands

We’re dedicated to bringing you marker brands from around the world to your doorstep. We first brought Copic Markers from Japan to North America nearly twenty years ago and are continuously discovering great, new brands every day. Which brand is the best? That depends on what you’re looking for and we understand every artist’s preferences are different. We’re thrilled to offer a variety of alcohol-based markers, paint pens, fine liners, watercolor markers, and accessories like screen tones and poseable figures, all in one spot. And this is just the start - we’ll be adding more and more great brands from around the globe in the months to come.

 

TOMBOW

Is it possible to be cutting-edge and affordable at the same time? Tombow is passionate about offering the finest and most innovative executive pens, office, arts and crafts products on the market today. Explore their Dual Brush Pens, TwinTip Markers, and more.

Graph’It

Available in North America for the first time ever, Graph’it Markers come from France. Explore their alcohol-based brush and liner markers, fine & chisel markers, lining pens, paint markers, and so much more. The majority of Graph’it products are made in Japan, like their Fine Liners and nibs.

 

Sakura

Made in Japan, Sakura makes high-quality pens and markers such as the Micron, Gelly Roll, and Koi Coloring Brush. Their products are great for graphic artists, journaling, hand-lettering, and more.

Winsor & Newton

From the U.K., Winsor & Newton offerings include BrushMarker, ProMarker, Watercolor Marker, and Metallic & Neon shades. Colors range from intensely vibrant to subtle pastels that are blend-friendly, with malleable, alcohol-based, translucent ink.

Krink NYC

Krink is made in the USA. Headquartered in New York City, Krink offers premier paint markers and other paint products most commonly used for street art.

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KARIN

Karin products, from Poland, have been in production since 1989. The Karin marker line features 60 non-toxic water-based colors, a blender and fluorescent colors, as well as 10 metallic based paint pigments. All are designed to create smooth transitions from one color to another.

 
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Find the marker that’s best for you.