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A wealth of artistic possibilities awaits with new additions to the Uni-PIN range

New innovations from Uni-PIN puts more creativity in your hands, Get extra scope for artistic expression and fine line precision with the launch of a super fine black 0.03 nib, an expressive brush tip in black and new pen shades of sepia and grey.

The black PIN range has expanded from nine to 11 calibrated tip sizes (from 0.03 to a new brush tip) allowing for a whole range of exciting creative possibilities.

The new super fine 0.03 tip can produce the most intricate of detail and, unlike other brush pens, PIN’s new brush tip is firm, so it adapts to your pressure, angle or speed of writing. This firmness gives the artist excellent control, enabling you to truly master brush script and expressive brush pen painting techniques. The new Sepia and Grey PINS provide even more pictorial options; these classic shades come in 0.1 and 0.5 sizes.

The Uni-PIN pen is a favourite drawing tool of artists, architects, illustrators and designers. It’s not hard to see why; it comes in a wide variety of nib sizes, allowing for a range of line widths and intensities. The excellent choice of nib sizes also gives creative hands a choice of professional finishes and the power to create expressive tonal effects. These pigment ink pens boast Super Ink Technology, which keeps colour solid and vibrant, so work won’t fade or bleed through paper.

The new, expanded range is available in a variety of packs and as individual pens. Packs feature exclusive artwork from Chris Dove [external LINK TO www.studiodove.co.uk in new window] depicting the cityscapes of Lisbon, Hamburg and Prague.

Check out more from Chris and nature artist Ella Johnston  on our social media channels, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

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