Pens, pens, pens, and more pens! WOW! The Sakura booth is bursting with everything to make your world colourful!

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Branching out from pens, Sakura has expanded their beautiful line of Koi Watercolor palettes, suitable for travel, called the “Pocket Field Sketch Box,” which comes in different sizes.

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And then there’s the walls of pens.

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The Pigma Microns have been a standard for many artists, and look at all the colours!

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The Koi Watercolor Brush pens are wonderful for illustrating, colouring, with or without water, and brush lettering.

The Cray-Pas is the original high quality oil pastels that probably many of us used in elementary school. The range of colours is impressive!

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For non-porous surfaces like chalkboard, vinyl, metal, wood, vellum, glass etc… the Permopaque Pigment Markers are awesome and have a dual point: bullet and chisel.

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Another line of permanent pens that work on various materials is the Pen-Touch. They come in various nib sizes and colours.

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Hand letterers will enjoy using the fabulous Calligraphers line of pens, which have 3 sizes of chisel tips.

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The Souffle pens dry with raised 3D texture and the Glaze pens have shimmery shine.

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IDenti-pen is a dual-point multipurpose marker that will mark most non-porous surfaces. It’s easy to label personal items with your contact information, or decorate them with illustrations and patterns. Use IDenti-pen to mark on a wide variety of difficult surfaces, such as wood, metal, plastic, glass, golf balls, CDs, and slick paper. IDenti-pen is also the right choice for autographs from your favorite musician, athlete, or actor on photos and memorabilia.

And then there is the Gelly Roll display.  OH WOW.

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This is a display of happiness! There are 5 types of Gelly Roll, and yes you need them ALL: Classic, Metallic, Moonlight, Shadow, and Stardust.

In the booth, Janet Takahashi was doing demos with the Calligrapher pens.  Here is a video from our Periscope session that day! Remember to follow us on Periscope (it’s a free Twitter app download) so you don’t miss future projects and discussions!

For more information about Sakura products, click HERE to visit their website and blog.

 

 

 



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  1. How fun. Love the traveling watercolors. can’t wait to get those. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Teresa Doyle Reply

    Oh my goodness, pen heaven! LOVE Sakura pens & Gelly Rolls! I have been using them for years. Would love to get my hands on some of that other new “goodness”! LOL

  3. The Koi watercolours I have been trying to find a stockist here in Australia.. Have been wanting for so long….

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