Throughout the year, we ask friends and artists to stop by Krink HQ to talk about what they’ve been up to and work with our markers. This brings us to this month’s feature. The door at Krink HQ is a collaborative art work, curated by Krink’s founder Craig Costello. It is a collection of personalities and a reflection of the creative culture surrounding Krink.
K-71 Ink Marker
Joe Grillo lives and works in Virginia Beach, VA. He is an artist and co-founder of the art collective Dearraindrop. The K-71 Ink Marker contains ink that is permanent and opaque. Super Black alcohol-based ink is water and fade-resistant. Colors are dye-based and translucent. Excellent for use on paper, cardboard, metal, and painted surfaces.
K-42 Paint Marker
Ryan McGinness is an artist living and working in Manhattan. The K-42 Paint Marker contains alcohol-based paint in 17 colors. It is permanent and opaque, and excellent for use on glass, metal, coated paper, and painted surfaces.
K-60 Paint Marker
Steve Powers is an NYC based artist. A Krink original, the K-60 has a squeezable body that helps control paint flow. The K-60 Paint Marker contains alcohol-based paint in 15 colors. Excellent for use on glass, metal, coated paper, and painted surfaces.