Creating large scale artworks is an incredible way to unleash your creativity. I developed these pens with a special blend of acrylic paint, to have the perfect flow for painting on walls.
- $18 CAD / $14 USD / $21 NZD / All currencies accepted
- Black Pen 3mm (details)
- Black Pen 5mm (lines & fill)
- White Pen 5mm (lines & fill)
- $32 CAD / $24 USD / $37 NZD / All Currencies Accepted
- Black & Black (3mm & 5mm)
- Black & White (Both 5mm)
- $48 CAD / $36 USD / $55 NZD
- All 3 pens: Black 3mm, black 5mm, white 5mm
Extra Large Compass
- Draw circles up to 90cm / 35 inches
- Made from steel
- Lockable hinge & pencil holder
- $60 CAD / $46 USD / $69 NZD
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How do I use the pen?
1. Shake the pen for about 20 seconds
2. Take the lid off and pump the nib against a flat surface until the paint comes through the nib
3. Paint away!
What is inside the pens?
Mural Pens are filled with special blend of water-based acrylic paint that I have developed to be perfect for painting walls. Mural Pens have the perfectly balanced flow, requiring less pumping than other paint pen brands.
What can I paint on?
Any pourous surface - The Mural Pens are perfect for painting straight onto walls. You can also paint on wood, card, canvas, glass, fabric, ceramic, metal, rocks, etc. The pens are are permanent any porous surface and semi-permanent on non-porous surfaces.
How long does one pen last?
In general I use 1-2 pens per mural. Both the 3mm & 5mm contain 4 grams / 0.14 ounces of paint. It really depends, sorry to be vague! Let me explain. I’ve once painted a 3 metre wall and used 10 pens, and then done the same size using just 1 pen. It depends on how large your artwork is, whether you’re doing line-work or filling in, what surface you’re painting on and how intricate your artwork is. I’ve designed the paint to give a thick opaque coverage, while also lasting a long time. Order a few pens and see how you go!
How do I prep my surface before painting?
If it’s an already painted wall - go for it! If you’re painting on raw wood - you can either paint straight away or you can prime/seal it with clear or coloured gesso or another type of primer. Either is fine - primed/prepped wood will soak up less paint than raw wood. Head to an art shop or youtube/google to learn more, or order some pens and try it out for yourself!
How do I seal my artwork afterwards?
You can seal your new painting with a water-based clear spray varnish (go to an art shop or hardware store or online store, I recommend “Golden MSA Archival Spray Varnish”). However, this is not always necessary - I only varnish about half of my murals.
Tag me in your creations!
I encourage you to create your own unique patterns & follow your personal creative journey. I can't wait to see what you create! Tag me in your pictures on Instagram so I can repost your Mural Pen artworks - @fortyonehundred