Caran d'Ache artist trunk

Caran d'Ache artist trunk

Want to be an artist? Instead of making a list with all the tools you need, and buying one by one, Caran d'Ache artist trunk has been specially designed to contain all the company’s fine arts materials The attention to detail is amazing. 18 easy-opening drawers with automatic stops provide space for some 1000 products. Each one is luxurious, colourful and sensuous. This astonishing colour mosaic displays the ranges that have helped to build the worldwide popularity of Caran d’Ache, such as Museum, Neoart, Supracolour, Neopastel and Neocolor

  • A dream come true for anyone who loves drawing, these boxes come with 80 or 120 pencils in every possible colour. Excellent quality.

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  • These crayons are well worth seeking out for a multitude of reasons: Firstly, they function as you would expect a crayon to do, with the difference being that they are water-soluble, which means that with a touch of water you c... These crayons are well worth seeking out for a multitude of reasons: Firstly, they function as you would expect a crayon to do, with the difference being that they are water-soluble, which means that with a touch of water you can create painterly effects impossible to do with an ordinary crayon; basically, you get a crayon and a watercolor all in one beautiful package. Speaking of packages-- they come sensibly packed in well-constructed hinged metal tins, meaning that the crayons will always be tidy and well protected from breaking, The color options are outstanding; beautiful rich hues, and are available for purchase in tinned sets ranging from the most basic 10 crayon set to a remarkable set of 126 different shades. NOTE: The same company makes quality water-resistant crayons, too, if that's your bag... try 'em both for variety. AND, if you prefer to work with a finer point, be sure to check out their Prismalo and Classicolor Aquarelle water-soluble colored pencils. CARAN d'ACHE (the all-CAPS name is their doing, not mine) is a Swiss company so the box says "pastels", but fear not-- these are the crayons that you're looking for.