World-class brushes with value pricing

We are partnered with one of the world's leading paintbrush manufacturers to 

provide end customers with high quality and durable paintbrushes for all types 

of medium and artist level

Learn more in details about our select brush series below

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Twilight Series

Our Twilight series is an artist's paintbrush designed for professional use. Made from the innovative synthetic nylon hair Interlon, its a hair that boasts interlocking properties with fantastic resilience and control.

These brushes are composed of three different hair thickness and cuticle to better replicate animal hair. This gives the filaments a supple, moderate stiffness with great durability. Interlocking technology gives the nylon filaments a natural curl that prevents the brush hair from spreading, so that even if the tip of the hair is bent, once soaked in hot water, it will return to its original shape.

The hairs have a fluid retention system that allows you to use less paint when applying in thick layers. This allows you to create denser, more realistic looking paintings while using only one small brush stroke. The brown synthetic hairs are made to be versatile and durable, offering more springiness and lifespan than most natural hairs.

Long-handle Series

I nterlocking technology makes the filament of the hairs curls inward to maintain the memory shape of the brush and keep the hairs from spreading.  To maintain it, dip the brushes in hot water to activate the memory shape of the hairs and return the brush to its original shape. 

An Overview of the Series

Twilight Brush Series Overview

The Nobel Twilight brush is a professional-grade artist brush that offers fantastic resilience, strength, and control. This is an incredibly versatile brush that can be used for any kind of painting practice with its strength lying in acrylic and oil paint use. This is a great paintbrush to add to your repertoire if you are looking for a long-lasting, durable brush that you can rely on across your practice.

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Reviewed by Alexia McKindsey