Caran d’Ache w Paul Smith Pencil 8pcs Ltd Ed

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Caran d’Ache w Paul Smith Pencil 8pcs Ltd Ed

Together, Caran d’Ache and Sir Paul Smith have created a limited edition carrying the designer’s famous signature.

For this third collaboration, Sir Paul Smith took pleasure in revisiting the Supracolor® Soft water-soluble colour pencils from Caran d’Ache. Ideal for drawing and watercolours, this creative instrument is greatly appreciated for the brightness and excellent covering power of its colours. For this new and original assortment, Sir Paul Smith has selected eight colours reflecting both his own world and Caran d’Ache one. Presented in a portable metal pencil case dressed with the designer’s iconic stripes, these colour pencils stimulate the imagination with their cheerful and infinitely desirable colours.

Supracolor® Soft water-soluble pencils
Pencils made from cedar wood; soft, resistant lead with a diameter of 3.8 m
Water-based ecological varnish
Designer’s signature in gilt on the pencils and the pencil case

Water-soluble, soft and unbreakable lead
Diameter Ø 3.8 mm for clean and accurate lines
Excellent lightfastness
High pigment concentration

Watercolour, wash drawing, hatching, superimposing different colours, shading, unlimited blending
Mixed techniques combined with PABLO® permanent pencils, NEOCOLOR® wax oil pastels and gouache
Ideal for large-scale drawings with large areas of colour

A portable, reusable metal pencil case decorated with the iconic Paul Smith’s “Artist Stripes”
Dimensions: 183 x 54 x 28 mm

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