New! International Krink Silver

We are excited to announce the reissue of the original 8oz bottle of International Krink Silver, the first product released by Krink in NYC. Each glass bottle is hand-filled and labeled. Available while supplies last.

Empty Silver Mop
The 4oz Mop, a Krink staple since day one, is specifically designed to work with Krink Mop Ink. A Krink original, this marker is unique. Excellent for large drawing and writing.

Earsnot + K-60 Yellow

Product featured: K-60 Paint Marker

Jordan x Levi’s: Artist Julian Gaines on the Evolving Denim Canvas

Julian Gaines uses Krink to transform the AJ 4 and a reversible denim jacket for the launch of the Jordan X Levi’s® collaboration. Read the full interview here.

Products featured: K-60 Paint Marker, K-55 Acrylic Paint Marker, K-71 Ink Marker, K-51 Ink Marker

Rose Béton catalog

The Rose Béton catalog is a 256-page limited edition book published September 2017. Craig Costello was invited to participate in Epoxy, a five-artist group exhibition at the Musée des Abattoirs, as a part of the Rose Béton Festival in 2016. Visit to see more work from the exhibition.

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K-60 Paint Marker


Product featured: K-60 Paint Marker


Eliza Jordan interviewed Krink founder Craig Costello, also known as KR, for Whitewall Magazine. Find the original interview here.

WHITEWALL: What was your first art piece? Tell us about that. 

CRAIG COSTELLO: That’s a tricky one. Consciously attempting to make “art” would be in photography. But really, this is student work—being heavily influenced by the new things I was exposed to in museums, galleries, books, and culture. I photographed a lot of things around me, like graffiti, and I think this had a documentary or journalistic feel. Photos of friends, painting at night shots with a flash in black and white—those are from around 1988-89.

WW: How has your practice evolved or stayed the same? 

CC: The creation of unique tools has been consistent. Evolution is from street, to branding, to art. Many pieces coming together; the information coming from the same place, but applied across a variety of uses.

WW: How do you feel about being an artist today? 

CC: It’s so challenging to navigate the world of promotion. Creating is just one aspect, and of course should be the main focus, but there is another side that people aren’t always aware of and that is the social, promotional, and commercial side of things. All very important.

WW: What has been your favorite city to create a piece for thus far?

CC: I enjoy traveling and experiencing different cultures, meeting new people, etc. Those experiences play a big part in the overall project. I can’t choose just one! São Paulo, Brazil—the space was amazing, the city is so raw, and the graffiti is incredible in scale. It’s a crazy experience, and not for everyone, but I’m happy to have visited. Rome was amazing to see. So many beautiful and historical works—sculpture, painting, and architecture. All incredible. Plus the food and the people! It’s an amazing city. Two very different experiences and places.

New! WHQ (Wallpaper)

WHQ (Wallpaper) is a 1:1 representation of the iconic Krink studio door, a collaborative work curated by Craig Costello, which gradually collected marks left by friends invited to write and draw using Krink markers. WHQ (Wallpaper) has a unique trompe l’oeil effect. Easy installation and removal.


These are certified authentic one-off pieces. Created and used by Craig Costello, he develops his own tools for painting to establish a unique application and outcome. These works feature a new modified delivery system.

Craig Costello is the owner and operator of Krink Inc. He is also an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Painting primarily in a large format, he has exhibited in galleries and museums, including Palais De Tokyo (Paris, France), Les Abattoirs (Toulouse, France), Deitch Projects (New York, NY), and Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, CA). Costello has created site-specific works around the globe including Tokyo, Paris, Seoul, Rome, and London. To view more of his work, please visit

New! Logo Tees

The classic Krink logo tee. Fine jersey, short sleeve t-shirt in 3 colorways. 100% Cotton.

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