The KRINK x Felipe Pantone K-60 collab will be limited to 350 units
Artist materials brand KRINK has collaborated with artist Felipe Pantone on a graffiti-inspired marker set known as the KRINK x Felipe Pantone K-60, and it’s limited to an edition of 350. The set consists of six 15mm round tip paint markers in black, red, yellow, light green, light blue, and purple.
Because of their strength and adaptability, these markers are ideal for a number of surfaces, including metal, glass, plastic, and more. Each of the markers in the set utilize a sturdy chisel tip that can be applied with either fine or large strokes.
The KRINK x Felipe Pantone K-60 paint marker set collection captures the essence of Pantone’s work, which balances between the past and the future of art, and takes us into the next stage of artistic expression via the collaboration of humans and technology. Pantone also develops a variety of software, which is subsequently transformed into frescoes, murals, paintings, and sculptures to give the happenings in the digital world a physical quality.
Artist Felipe Pantone is of Argentine and Spanish descent. He began creating graffiti when he was 12 years old, and earned a Fine Art degree in Valencia, Spain, the same location of his current studio. His art explores contemporary issues such as dynamism, transition, and the digital revolution.
Available now for purchase, the KRINK x Felipe Pantone K-60 paint marker set can be found at BEYOND THE STREETS at a price of $115. For more information on the set, please check out the BEYOND THE STREETS website.