Drop-Forged Scissors

Every studio needs a solid, trustworthy pair of scissors. Our drop-forged, 100% stainless-steel 8” scissors will last a lifetime. Scissors are easily disassembled for sharpening. Debossed Krink logo on side. Available now on



Making a Zine was always about being resourceful and creating something fun for cheap or free. They were normally produced with a friend who worked at a print shop or the late shift at Kinko’s, and always made with little or no money. We keep that tradition alive with the Krink Thermozine!
Thermozine is 10 pages, black thermal print on sticker stock. 4” x 6.25” Free with every purchase over $35 while supplies last. Limited quantities.



Craig Costello recently went out to LA to Krink a truck for a new Gatorade project. Check out the video produced by our friends over at Hypebeast.


The Big Egg Hunt Charity Auction

We are excited to be participating in The Big Egg Hunt, a charity auction benefitting Studio in a School and Elephant Family sponsored by Fabergé. The Krink egg is up for auction on Paddle8 and can be seen at Rockefeller Center on April 18th.

About Studio in a School:
For 36 years Studio in a School’s community of professional artists has been teaching visual arts to hundreds of thousands of New York City children in under-served public schools, daycare centers, and community-based organizations. They offer quality art workshops where children explore their creativity and learn the joys and benefits of making art.

About Elephant Family:
Elephant Family exists to save the Asian Elephant from extinction in the wild, along with tigers, orangutans and all the other animals who share their habitat. Working with local people and partner NGOs, they currently fund 20 projects across Asia and invest where they are needed most: to protect habitat, prevent conflict and reconnect the forest homes of the endangered Asian elephant.


Vintage 8oz Bottle

Looking through boxes in the studio we came across vintage bottles of silver and black Krink, limited quantities available now in the webshop.


Painting and Sculpture

Photos from a project celebrating the opening of a flagship Sandro shop in Brooklyn. Two commissioned pieces were created onsite in a location adjacent to the shop.

Work in progress, Untitled 2013, acrylic on canvas, 11′ x 22’

Untitled 2013, acrylic on plasterboard, 11′ x  22.5’ x 4″ ; a sculpture, this piece leans against the wall.

All photos: Alessandro Simonetti

Shantell Martin

Watch Shantell Martin interviewed for The New Yorker magazine. Shantell has been working non-stop on many different projects in the past couple of years, head here for more of Shantell’s great work.

Kevin Lyons in Paris

Great video profiling Kevin Lyons  working on a project in Paris.

Willisau Switzerland

Willisau Switzerland invited Craig Costello to paint two pieces from their collection of award winning tables and sideboards.

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About Willisau:
Willisau Switzerland has been creating fine furniture in the Lucerne area for over 80 years. This region is a traditional centre for woodworking, the majority of wood used for furniture pieces is sourced from local forests. The strict quality standards, and reputation of products “Made in Switzerland” ensures that the quality and craftsmanship of every piece is guaranteed. All products are made to order, customized to the clients standards, and subject to the strictest controls. Outstanding design combined with the best materials is the Willisau tradition.

Tom Sachs “Vanity”

In 2011 we created the Tom Sachs Special Edition Marker Set with New York based artist, Tom Sachs. Shortly after, Tom surprised us with this amazing piece, “Vanity which featured our full product line at the time. The piece was made in an edition of 2. Each was made with a custom drilled “Dock” to hold the markers, and feature Tom’s trademark “Police Line Do Not Cross” wood stock.

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Vanity, 2011, mixed media, 57″ x 21.5″ x 29.5″ photo courtesy of Tom Sachs

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