Artline is celebrating a successful London Stationery Show, having been awarded a commendation for its new markers. The Artline Supreme Brush Markers scooped a prize in the ‘Arts and Crafts’ category, beating a host of other stationery and specialist materials brands.
Featuring bold packaging of the 20 vibrant colours, the Supreme Brush Markers were a popular favourite amongst the judges, which included buyers and retail experts from Waterstones, Papersmiths, Bureau Direct and Cult Pens alongside Chairman Henri Davis.
Praised for its colourful artwork and the product’s versatility, the Artline Supreme Brush Markers are part of a larger Supreme range, with a selection of markers to cover creatives and designers of all styles.
Jasmine Jones, European Export Sales Manager for Shachihata Europe said, “the Artline Supreme range has been in the pipeline for months and we’re proud that our innovation and design has been celebrated on the range’s debut. The competition was fierce, so to finish in the top five is fantastic.”
“Alongside the award, we were delighted to be joined at the show by internationally acclaimed artist Judith Selcuk who demonstrated the versatility of the Artline range.
“The London Stationery Show was a triumph for us. We’ve had really positive feedback about the Artline Heroes and are looking forward to seeing them in stores throughout the UK.”
Receiving the commendation topped off a successful show for Shachihata Europe, who unveiled the Artline Heroes concept to the UK. Signalling the start of a marketing refocus for the brand, the Artline Heroes campaign features instantly recognisable display units, eye-catching packaging and alter-egos for seven of Artline’s best-selling products to inspire creative consumers.