Grace Weaver

Grace Weaver (@weaver_grace) is an artist living and working in Brooklyn. Her solo exhibition BEST LIFE opens September 14th through October 28th at James Cohan Gallery. To view more of her work, visit

Photos by Eric Degenhardt

Products featured: K-71 Permanent Ink Marker, K-70 Permanent Ink Marker

Archival Canvas Boards

A pack of 10 black archival canvas boards. Canvas is primed with acid-free acrylic gesso, mounted on acid-free board, and ready to use. Excellent for use with alcohol-based and acrylic paints.

Ricardo Gonzalez (@itsaliving)
Kami Hitotzuki (@kami_htzk), K-55 Acrylic Paint Marker

Fonse, K-90 Paint Marker

Anthony Lister (@anthonylister), K-90 & K-80 Paint Markers

Jim Joe, K-80 Solid Paint Marker

Product featured: Archival Canvas Boards

JonOne 156


Product featured: K-60 Paint Marker

“All images approximately 1993 – early 2000’s found in various shoeboxes and envelopes. Locations are SF and NYC. Shot mostly with a Yashica T4 and maybe a random Minolta point and shoot”

Features photographs by Craig Costello. 32 pages with cover, full color on 100lb glossy stock with 14pt glossy cover stock.  6.9 x 9.8 inches (17.5 x 23.5 cm). Edition of 500. Printed in USA. Made possible by generous support of agnès b. (Agnès is on page 24 getting her shirt “customized”.)

About agnès b.
agnès b. is a privately owned, family operated French company founded in 1975 that today includes 282 stores, two contemporary art galleries, and the hybrid art periodical Point d’Ironie. In 2016, the company celebrated its 40-year anniversary with the publication of agnès b. STYLISTE, a 288-page cloth bound book that offers a look into the agnès b. universe. The agnès b. Galerie Boutique in Soho, New York, opened in 2011 and was the first agnès b. retail location with a dedicated art space. Part gallery, part boutique, it uniquely combines art and fashion, hosting several exhibitions each year with a focus on contemporary photography, painting, and sculpture.

Ricardo Gonzalez


Product featured: K-60 Paint Marker

Allen Glatter

Brooklyn-based artist Allen Glatter uses our Black Mop and spray gun on paper in his most recent work, each 40″ x 32″. To view more, visit
Product featured: Empty 4oz Mop, Black Mop Ink

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