Stephane Lopes

Stephane Lopes (@stephanelopes) is a graphic designer and lettering artist from Paris.

Stephane Lopes uses Krink K-66 Steel-Tip Paint Marker

Product featured: K-66 Steel Tip Paint Marker

Cody Hudson

Cody Hudson is a multimedia artist and graphic designer under the name Struggle Inc. His work is known to be clean, multi-dimensional, graphic, and abstract. Cody’s aesthetic shows influences from urban modernism as well as organic forms and nature.

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K-66 on wood, 2009.

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Detail.

Nick Waplington “The Search For a Superior Moral Justification For Selfishness”

Nick Waplington is an artist currently working between LA, NYC, and London. Well-known for his paintings and photography, Waplington is an extremely prolific, multi-faceted creative not just limited to the viewfinder and canvas. His recent paintings are showing at the TJ Boulting gallery in London, February 2 to March 4.

We are lost, But its okay…The found are dead, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.


Happiness is the longing for repetition, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.


No light only darkness visable II, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.


The Search For a Superior Moral Justification For Selfishness, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.

Nick Waplington

Nick Waplington is an artist and photographer.

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Nick Waplington, THE DAY YOU DIE WILL BE LIKE ANY OTHER… ONLY SHORTER, 60 x 50″ acrylic and Krink on canvas, 2016

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Nick Waplington, A DISPLAY OF PANIC AT A MOMENT OF ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY, 65 x 60″ acrylic and Krink on canvas, 2016

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Nick Waplington, BOTTOM FISHING IN THE BEAR MARKET, 60 x 60″ acrylic and Krink on canvas, 2016

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Nick Waplington, We are lost but don’t worry the found are dead, 60 x 60″ acrylic and Krink on canvas, 2016

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Nick Waplington, The end is the beginning but yet you Continue, 36 x 28″ acrylic and Krink on canvas, 2015

Krink Is Good & Good For You

Among other things, Henry Leutwyler documents artifacts of artists. He visited Curts Kulig’s studio and photographed a selection of exhausted K66’s, Cutis’ favorite marker for paintings and writings about town.

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Artists working with the K-66 Paint Marker

The K-66 paint-marker features a super-durable, steel-ball tip capable of writing on almost any surface, rough or smooth. Vibrant, opaque colors are permanent, fade and water resistant. K-66 markers are available in 5 colors.

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K-66 on paper.

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K-66 on paper.

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