Sakura’s Pigma ink, invented and patented in 1982, has become the standard for what is defined as reliable, permanent, archival quality ink. Pigma Brush is a flexible brush-tipped pen that responds to instant changes in pressure or direction. This special formulation of pigment based ink is more complex and stable than dye based inks. Illustrators, manga artists, cartoonists, calligraphers, and hobbyists can put pen to paper and leave a mark that will last a lifetime.
Applications – Calligraphy, Brush lettering, Scrapbooks, Awards and certificates, Graphic art and illustrations, Rubber stamp and decorative fabric projects
Features – Archival quality Pigma® ink, Chemically stable, waterproof, and fade resistant, Will not smear, feather, or bleed through most papers, Thorough ink delivery to the sides and tip of the flexible brush, Not recommended for use on fabrics intended to be washed and not evaluated for cosmetic use on skin, Meets ACMI non-toxicity standard