Sam Larson

Sam Larson (@samlarson) is an artist based in Salt Lake City. He uses our K-42 Paint Marker to make work inspired by the American West and nature.

Sam Larson uses Krink K-42 Paint Marker Sam Larson uses Krink K-42 Paint Marker
Product featured: K-42 Paint Marker

Sant Ambroeus Colette Residency

Just before colette’s closing in December 2017, we created custom markers in colette blue. The markers were given to artists and friends to customize plates for Sant Ambroeus’ three-week, pop-up restaurant in colette. Thanks to all the artists, colette, and Sant Ambroeus. colette was one of our oldest customers and they supported Krink from the very early years. We wish them the best of luck on all their new ventures.

Krink Colette Plate Wall Display

Curtis Kulig uses Krink   Tom Sachs uses Krink   Jeremyville uses Krink
Kaws uses Krink   Jean Andre uses Krink   Jean-Philippe Delhomme uses KrinkFrom left to right, top to bottom: Curtis Kulig, Tom Sachs, Jeremyville, Kaws, Jean Andre, Jean-Philippe DelhommeJose Parla, Amit Greenberg, Jason Woodside, Mark Gonzalez, Andre, and Jason Polan use KrinkFrom left to right, top to bottom: Jose Parla, Amit Greenberg, Jason Woodside, Mark Gonzalez, Andre, Jason Polan

Krink Colette Plate by Craig COstelloKrink

Sam Larson

Sam Larson (@samlarson) is an artist based in Salt Lake City. He uses our K-42 Paint Marker to make work inspired by the American West and nature.

Sam Larson uses Krink K-42 Paint Marker Sam Larson uses Krink K-42 Paint MarkerProducts featured: K-42 Paint Marker

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

Ricardo Gonzalez K-42

1/5 pieces from Ricardo Gonzalez’s hand-lettered series for AIGA. Each quote is from an influential creative that’s inspired him.

1 2 3K-42 Paint Marker on foil board, 9 x 12in, 2015.

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