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Professional Brushes

Specialized large-scale and traditional brushes for acrylic color and mediums

Developed with artists, these high-quality professional brushes are designed for acrylic colors and mediums. Choose from traditional small-scale brushes for detail work and large-scale Freestyle brushes for specialized techniques, large surfaces and experimental applications.

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Small-scale
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Four shapes. A range of sizes. Sustainable nylon filaments give the ideal spring and snap. Green wooden handles are non-slip and ergonomically contoured for balance and comfort, whether you hold your brushes at the tail or below the ferrule. Numbers are printed on sides and ends for easy identification when you’re working. Choose from Round, Bright, Flat and Filbert shapes.

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Large-scale Freestyle
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Go Freestyle. Seven shapes. A range of sizes and handle lengths. Designed with specific techniques in mind - from large canvas coverage to murals. Synthetic bristles are selected to suit the end purpose - for masonry, effects or smooth surfaces. Black non-slip matte-satin wooden handles are shaped to fit the hand and technique. Stainless steel ferrules are durable and rust-proof. Select from Universal Flat, Universal Angle, Broad Flat (long or short handle), Splatter, Paddle and Giant shapes.

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Universal Flat

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Splatter Flat

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Universal Angle

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Broad Flat

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Paddle

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Giant

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