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Uni POSCA MOP'R Paint Marker (PCM-22)

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About This Product

The new PCM-22 MOP'R Paint Marker is an exciting and bold addition to the POSCA range—it's wide, soft, and saturated, with a pressure-sensitive XXL mop tip measuring 19mm in diameter. The tip is surprisingly precise on horizontal surfaces, where you can use POSCA MOP'R to make crisp lines and stylish lettering. On vertical surfaces, press down hard for drippy street art effects. Tap the tip against your surface for a neat dot or use some force to get ink-blot shapes and random splatter.

Each POSCA MOP'R measures 5" x 2" x 1.3", with a 19 mm round tip. Click here for the MOP'R product brochure.

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Made in Japan.

More about Uni POSCA Paint Markers:

Uni POSCA Paint Markers were introduced to the Japanese market in 1983 by Mitsubishi Pencil Co., an innovative manufacturer that had already expanded well beyond its original business of making wood-cased pencils. Like Mitsubishi's other Uni brand products, POSCA quickly swept into shops, offices, and studios worldwide, thanks to its non-toxic, opaque ink that covers and flows like paint—but eliminates the mess, odor, and inconvenient application of other paint markers.

POSCA works on pretty much any surface, from paper to metal, so you can use it for art, craft projects, addressing envelopes, marking your name on your lunch, and quite a bit more. These brightly colored markers are popular with graffiti artists and mixed-media painters, schoolteachers and calligraphers. POSCA paint is permanent on porous surfaces like paper and wood, and removable with Windex from non-porous surfaces like glass and metal.

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