Uni Posca Markers – great for use in the home, at school and for the professional. Posca pens can be used to decorate countless surfaces giving permanent results on porous surfaces, and the flexibility to remove and re-create your designs on non-porous surfaces.
POSCA paint markers are an excellent multi-surface, creative pen
Medium bullet tip paint marker containing water-based pigment ink which is lightfast, water resistant and will write on almost any surface
Permanent and bleed-proof on paper and card (as it absorbs into the fibres), and can be made permanent on terracotta, porcelain and glass by baking for 45 minutes (220°C - 160°C) and spraying with clear varnish
Textiles – iron on reverse to make permanent
Metal, plastic and wood – spray with clear varnish to make permanent
Available in a number of vibrant, opaque solid colours
Mix the shades while the paint is wet and overlay colours on top of one another when they dry
Excellent for customisation, up-cycling, illustration, posters, large calligraphy, fine art, sign-writing or any of your other artistic requirements
Permanent on absorbent surfaces such as wood, paper, card, cork and polystyrene.
Removable on non-absorbent surfaces such as Black Boards, glass, ceramics, PVC, metal, balloons and even Wellies! (to remove use a warm damp cloth)
Uni Posca Paint Markers are a very versatile tool, combining the rich opaque colour of poster paint – with the accuracy and convenience of a marker pen. Posca Pens are available in a wide range of colours with a choice of 7 nib styles – from Extra Fine, to Brush to Chisel. There is a dedicated POSCA website for the latest news, information and workshops.
Uni Posca Paint Pens can be used on a huge variety of surfaces - click here for a PDF on extensive tests on 55 different materials showing permanence and compatibility.
Instructions for use: Before use, shake the painter well with the cap closed. Press onto the tip repeatedly until the ink is visible in it (do not continue once the ink appears in the tip as this may overload it). Try using the painter on a piece of scrap paper first (not on the object to be painted until you are sure the flow is smooth). After use, close the cap well.