Whether you're looking for the ultimate brush pens or just want to know if a new paint set is worth the money, this is the page for all your stationery/art supply recommendations.
One of the most popular ways to sell your artwork at affordable prices is through stickers, and Diginate offer all the options you need to create your own high-quality, custom designs. Alongside standard vinyl stickers, Diginate offers a variety of metallic, sparkly and holographic finishes, and even the option of art prints or posters.
One of the absolute highlighter brand-leaders for stationery lovers and bujo enthusiasts is the Zebra Mildliners, a Japanese brand which looks more like a standard writing pen than a highlighter! These highlighters are well renowned for their unique "mild" colour, making them a more aesthetic choice to standard fluorescent markers. This has led to mildliners being the must-have item for all from study bloggers to bullet journalists, stationery addicts to doodlers.
Art subscriptions are hugely popular, with companies delivering a variety of surprise art supplies through our postboxes every month or quarter. As I am writing this, most of the world are experiencing some form of social distancing or isolation so, now more than ever, it’s important to find new things to keep you occupied – hence comes Artful!
Despite both being deemed "watercolours", Chinese/Japanese watercolours are a completely different ball game to the standard Western watercolours you and I have grown to love, from their creation process to the appearance on paper.
The Palomino Blackwing pencils are a household name amongst many artists and other creative people in areas from music to literature. They are known to have unique properties such as extremely versatile leads and flat, replaceable erasers. However, what does this really mean to you as an artist?
Pastel highlighters as opposed to standard fluorescent colours are currently all the range amongst study bloggers and stationery enthusiasts alike. It is not surprising that these light coloured pens have swept off the shelves and are all over social media websites such as Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr.