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Best known for quality tools for art students, teachers, and design professionals, Prismacolor has been a leader in professional art supplies for more than 70 years.

Although the famous Prismacolor Turquoise Pencils have been around since 1901, Prismacolor Colored Pencils were officially launched in 1938 under the Berol name. Prismacolor Double-Ended Art Markers were introduced in 1984 and have become an industry standard. Other high-quality art materials in the Prismacolor line include pastels, watercolor pencils, charcoal, and graphite, plus fixatives and other tools of the trade.

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  • Prismacolor Art
    Markers Tips and Techniques
    Prismacolor Art Markers Tips & Techniques

    Ever wonder what to do with that Colorless Blender marker? Or how to get rid of those streaks in your marker drawings? We have lots of tips for you! Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers feature two distinct nibs capable of achieving multiple line widths. Both ends draw from a single ink reservoir for a perfect color match end to end, making them ideal for both technical and artistic applications. Intended for professional artists and advanced students, Prismacolor Art Markers will not fade or feather.

  • Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers
    Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers

    See all the features and benefits of using these premium pigmented, acid-free, archival ink markers. They are lightfast, permanent, non-toxic, and water resistant when dry. Use these markers for crisp, detail work in artistic and technical applications.

  • Prismacolor Pencils - Verithin, Art Stix and Colored Pencils
    Prismacolor Pencils - Verithin, Art Stix and Colored Pencils

    Learn about the similarities and differences between the popular Prismacolor pencil lines - Verithin, Art Stix and Premier Colored Pencils. All are highly pigmented, professional-grade drawing products offered in a family of colors. They each have their own unique properties suitable for different uses or techniques, but can all be used together to create one cohesive drawing. See what makes each product special and how to use them to their best advantage.

  • Prismacolor Colored Pencils Tips & Techniques
    Prismacolor Colored Pencils Tips & Techniques

    Think you know everything there is to know about drawing with colored pencils? You might be surprised by some of the useful tips and techniques shared in this video. Prismacolor pencils feature a thick, soft core made from brilliant, light-resistant pigments, to ensure smooth, rich laydown and color saturation. The colors are easily blended, slow to wear, break-resistant, and waterproof. Choose from a variety of sets — or replenish your favorites with the individual colored pencils listed below.

  • How to Properly Sharpen Prismacolor Pencils
    How to Properly Sharpen Prismacolor Pencils

    Have you ever been frustrated by broken lead while sharpening pencils? While it may seem obvious, there is a specific technique to sharpening colored pencils to ensure minimal breakage and waste of your materials. This video will show you the best way to hand-sharpen colored pencils and tips for electric sharpeners.

  • Prismacolor Watercolor Pencils Tips & Techniques
    Prismacolor Watercolor Pencils Tips & Techniques

    See the many ways you can use Prismacolor Watercolor Pencils to create a variety of effects. These artist quality watercolor pencils feature high pigment load and superior solubility for brilliant color and a smooth, even laydown. This color range complements Prismacolors Art Stix, Verithin and colored pencil palettes.

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