STAEDTLER bringing colour to London Stationery Show 2019

Colour and creativity are at the heart of STAEDTLER's stand at this year's London Stationery Show, with new products and range extensions on display.

Products include STAEDTLER classics as well as many new innovations such as woodless pencils, pastel pens, brush pens and new colouring and watercolouring pencils. For additional clarity, each pack design features an authentic application image to communicate the precise properties and usage of the products.

New products

Design Journey is STAEDTLER's brand new collection of premium products for the hobby artist, from sketching pencils through to luminous acrylics. It comprises around 30 products in more than 60 product variations to motivate beginners to start their design journey and to encourage more advanced artists to try new techniques and develop their skills.

With pastels still a key trend across many sectors, STAEDTLER has increased its Pastel Line range of key Back to School stationery items, all attractively presented in colour coordinated packaging. New for 2019 are pastel themed collections of colouring pencils and pastel packs of both triplus and Textsurfer highlighters.

New additions to the triplus family

STAEDTLER's popular triplus range of triangular shaped writing instruments has been extended with the addition of triplus permanent, a fineliner with waterproof ink available in ten different colours. Also new are ten new colours for the triplus ballpoint range, bringing the total to 20 for M and XB line widths. Brand new for 2019 is the F line width option, available in red, green, black and blue.

STAEDTLER has again increased the number of colours available in the triplus fineliner range with the introduction of 12 new shades bringing the total to an incredible 60. The new colours include inspirational shades such as dove grey, vanilla and mahogany. Completing the triplus additions are three new trend sets, Llama, Watermelon and Botanical, joining the 'My Colours' series of colour-themed sets of six fineliners or six fibre tips, neatly presented in desktop boxes.

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