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These vivid markers are ideal for posters, menu boards, and sign-writing.
The highly opaque pigment ink can be applied color-over-color on paper, plastic, plastic foam, wood, glass, rubber, acetate, vinyl, metal, and painted surfaces. The waterbased ink is fadeproof and permanent on absorbent surfaces yet will wash off easily from non-porous surfaces.
These markers come in a variety of nib sizes.
Note — The 4 mm markers have a 2 mm line writing width for creating smaller text, detail and letter-depth shadows.
Includes one each of Fluorescent Yellow, Fluorescent Green, Fluorescent Orange, and Fluorescent Pink.
Includes one each of Metallic Blue, Metallic Gold, Metallic Red, and Metallic Silver.
Includes one each of Black, Red, Blue, and White. Available in 4 mm, 12 mm, 20 mm, or 30 mm widths.
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from Scotia, NY
Comments about Artline Poster Markers:
Great Product. Outstanding Service.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Bright and beautiful
from Lancaster, New York
I use theses products in my Art Honor Society and for teacher products. They are bright and used correctly, less streaky. We mostly use them in a poster advertising way but are good for studio in art line design projects. I have not had a problem with them, so I have no situation to comment on what is not great about them
They do not work
from san jose ca
If you anticipate that these are opaque, then you are sorely mistaken. If you use any lighter color on a darker color paper or material, you will barely be able to see it, no matter how many times you go over the paint. Plus it does not come out in a steady stream.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We are sorry to hear that you were not completely satisfied with these markers. Our Product Experts would be happy to see if they can help you find a marker that might work out better. You can reach our Experts at 1.800.933.2542, M-F from 8:00am to 5:30pmCST. We look forward to speaking with you!
Nice markers, but take some prep work
By Medical-Legal Artist
from Dallas, TX
I work for a law firm and bought these markers intending for the lawyers to use them on camera or in front of a jury to mark on darkly printed posters. The markers do indeed leave a nice opaque, very visible paint, but you must shake them and then depress the tips several times to get the paint to flow. This 30 seconds of prep work was too much for our purposes and we ended up just using regular sharpie markers.These markers would still work great on sandwich boards, etc. -- as long as you don't need to mark in front of an audience!
from Lancaster, PA
wanted to demonstrate calligraphy, so it worked but was a bit too think; didn't bleed through the paper chart paper, though! Easy to handle; good color!
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Paints for Homeless Artist
By Jack Wolfgang Matthews
from Columbus Ohio
I purchased these paints for a homeless artist in Boulder Colorado to use in order to make money. He's a wonderful painter and would rather give something to people than just take money from them so he paints little signs and gives them to folks around town. If you're in the area of Pearl Street in Boulder Colorado look for the Hippie Artist with long blond hair and glasses selling hippie style post cards made with florescent paints and tell him High!
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The Hippie Artist
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Great for glass
By Grandma the Artiste
from Albuquerque, New Mexico
I used these markers to decorate the car windows when my grandson made All-Stars in Little League. I have used many other paints, etc., in the past. These go on easily, and do not come off in the rain. You can layer the colors. The only problem I had was with the yellow--not as easy to make opaque. But I will definitely use them again.
from ontsrio, Canada
I like highlighting with it. Adds a. Dimensional look.
LOVE these markers!
from New York, NY
These markers give bright, opaque, tempera-like inks and last a long time. Unlike sharpie paint pens, which separate after minimal use, these colors stay opaque to the very end, and don't smell of fumes. They should sell replacement nibs though, and it would be amazing if you could refill the ink! much better for the environment than throwing away all that plastic over and over again. the metallics and neons are beautiful.
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