Faber-Castell - Albrecht Dürer Watercolour pencils - Studio box of 36 (117538)

Faber-Castell - Albrecht Dürer Watercolour pencils - Studio box of 36 (117538)
Brand: Faber-Castell
46.5 GBP
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Albrecht Dürer artists' watercolour pencils provide artists with great versatility of expression when drawing, shading and painting in watercolours. High-quality materials, combined with over 250 years of experience, have resulted in watercolour pencils that produce unsurpassed watercolour effects and vibrancy.The coloured surface can be transformed with only a few fine or broad brush strokes to reveal the full and unique power of the colours. Depending on the paper being used, the pigments can be completely dissolved, and will then behave in the same way as classic watercolour paints. The paint becomes permanent when dry, enabling other layers of colour to be superimposed without causing it to dissolve again.High quality pigments of unsurpassed light-fastness and brilliancePigments dissolve completely when brushed with waterSmooth colour strokeBreak-resistant due to special bonding process36 colours in a gift packagingFaber-Castell, established in 1761 is one of the oldest industrial companies in the world. The company is the world’s leading manufacturer of wood-cased pencils with a varied range of products for writing, drawing and creative design, as well as decorative cosmetics. Faber-Castell is renowned for its high quality, innovative products, commitment to tradition, and environmental awareness.TÜV Rheinland has certified that the company is CO2 neutral worldwide. The company’s eco-forests in Brazil and Columbia actively contribute to protecting the environment. Instead of touting individual “green products”, Faber-Castell minimises its environmental footprint throughout the entire life cycle of its product range. Faber-Castell products are green because they are long-lasting, often refillable as well as pollutant-free, and come from CO2-neutral production. The use of bio and recycled plastics also improves the “green footprint” of Faber-Castell