K-55 Box Set

We packaged 6 of our K-55 colors into a convenient set. A $90 value!
The K-55 is a large capacity acrylic marker. Black is opaque and colors are fluorescent. 30ml with a broad, 15mm square tip. No harmful solvents. Made in the USA.

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Craig Costello Works on Paper

On view at agnes b. Galerie Boutique (50 Howard st.) until May 28.
Craig Costello, Untitled, 2016, acrylic on cotton-rag paper, 22.5 x 30 in (57.2 x 76.2 cm)workonpaper1 workonpaper2


Adek K-60 black


Krink logo tee

For her.
Photo: Danny Steezy

BL!SSS Magazine

Craig Costello’s project from Rome, Italy was featured in the December 2016 issue of BL!SSS Magazine. See the digital issue here.


agnès b. x Krink

agnès b. and Krink release 3 limited edition t-shirts as part of the Artist’s T-shirt collection, a prestigious, collaborative series established in 1994 and has included artists such as Félix González-Torres, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Harmony Korine. The agnès b. x Krink t-shirts feature designs that are a reflection of the Krink studio, from studio drawings made with Krink markers to original art work by Costello.







As a youth David Chino Villorente made his name ubiquitous on the subways and walls on New York City. Today he is widely considered one of the foremost practitioners and ambassadors of graffiti art in the world. His reign as the eleven-year editor of both the “Bomb Shelter” and “Graf Flix” graffiti features in The Source magazine cemented his position as an important arbiter within the graffiti community. His firsthand knowledge of the graf game and all its past, present and future players makes him an indispensable source for dozens of other publications. Dave stopped by our WHQ to catch up and catch some tags.

K-60 on glassine.
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WHQ by Krink NYC

Krink announces WHQ, a book of photographs by Craig Costello produced with the generous support of agnès b. WHQ features portraits of over 50 artists and friends who visited the Krink studio, affectionately referred to as “The WHQ.” It includes a foreword by Stephen Powers. WHQ is a glimpse into a culture of creatives, showcasing their style and personality. Each photograph was made in front of the studio’s door, which became the established set. The door served not only as a static backdrop, but also a colorful, collaborative canvas. Curated by Costello, the door gradually collected the marks left by friends invited to write and draw using Krink markers. The door, now a completed work, will be installed and on view at the agnès b. Galerie Boutique in NYC, April 6-May 28. Accompanying the installation and release is a new limited edition: WHQ (Wall Vinyl), 2017, ink jet on adhesive vinyl, 83 x 40 inches, edition of 20. A 1:1 representation of the door, WHQ (Wall Vinyl) is a unique edition with a trompe l’oeil effect.



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