Pébéo was founded in 1919 by French chemist and artist Claudius Chaveau. In the early days, Pébéo was a chemistry lab and a chief supplier of the raw material lead oxide to paint manufacturers throughout Europe. The chemical symbol for lead oxide is pbO. They simply added the two e's and Pébéo was born.
Three generations later, the Pébéo name still stands today for artist colors and mediums that have a strong foundation in chemistry. A commitment to continuing research combines the talents of engineers and artists, allowing Pébéo to be recognized today as the most creative company in the paint business, mixing its passion for art and its know-how as an industrialist.
Achieve the look of true glazed ceramics without the expense and difficulty of working with a kiln or kiln fired paints. These beautiful and colorful paints become permanent after baking in a home oven. See a demonstration of these paints applied to a tile.
Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Markers were developed to complement the Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paints. These markers are waterbased and non-toxic but are permanent when baked in a home oven. Apply them to plates, mugs, tiles, china, terra cotta, glass metal and are perfect for kids or anyone not as comfortable using a paint brush. See the details of how they work in this video.
Pebeo Vitrea 160 Markers were created to complement the Pebeo Vitrea 160 Paint for glass. These waterbased, non-toxic markers are permanent onced oven-baked and available in transparent glossy and frosted colors. Perfect for kids or crafters not comfortable using a paint brush. Great for detail work.
Pebeo Vitrea 160 is a waterbased, non-toxic paint developed to mimic the look of stained glass, blown glass and fused glass without the dangers of working with those materials. All you need to make the paint permanent is a household oven. This colorful glass paint is offered in 20 transparent colors and 10 frosted colors. Watch this demo showing various techniques using Pebeo Vitrea paint and dimensional outliners.
Pebeo Vitrail solvent based paint was designed to mimic stain glass, blown glass or fused glass without the expense or difficulty of working with those materials. See a demo of a stained glass application with various techniques using Pebeo products. We'll also show you some fun ideas for home dec items.
Setaskrib Markers were developed for work on fabric and coincide with Pebeo Setacolor Transparent and Opaque paints. These markers can make fine or broad lines and are perfect for details and personalizing shirts, canvas, shoes or any fabric item.
Pebeo's Opaque and Shimmer paints were developed for use on both dark and light fabrics. Available in 40 bright and luminous shades. Watch an example of how to use a stamping technique to apply Pebeo Setacolor to fabric!
See how this very unique textile paint can be applied as a traditional fabric paint or can be used in a technique that is specific to this product called Setacolor Soliel Sunprint Technique.
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