Get addicted to our online art supplies. Local South African Artists turn to Addicted To Art for safe and secure shopping. Shop our top selection of art materials, arts and crafts kits and stationery. We deliver to your door and there is FREE SHIPPING for certain order totals. Collection available in Bedfordview. Artists, schools and corporates use our supplies for painting, crafting, school work, art classes, paint nights, team building and marketing activations. We accept EFT and Credit cards. Call Natasha 0723064300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Addicted To Art is an online art store based in Bedfordview Johannesburg South Africa.
Free delivery in Johannesburg and in the rest of SA its R120 or Free if spend R1000+
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A coloured pencil, pencil crayon, lead is an art medium constructed of a narrow, pigmented core encased in a wooden cylindrical case. Unlike graphite and charcoal pencils , colored pencils’ cores are wax - or oil-based and contain varying proportions of pigments, additives, and binding agent. ]Water-soluble (watercolor) pencils and pastel pencils are also manufactured as well as colored leads for mechanical pencils.
Colored pencils vary greatly in terms of quality and usability; concentration of pigments in the core, lightfastness of the pigments, durability of the colored pencil, and softness of the lead are some indicators of a brand’s quality and, consequently, its market price. There is no general quality difference between wax/oil-based and water-soluable colored pencils, although some manufacturers rate their water-soluble pencils as less lightfast than their similar wax/oil-based pencils. There has been a rising popularity of colored pencils as an art medium which sparked the beginning of the Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA). According to its website, “[CPSA] was founded in 1990 as a nonprofit organization dedicated to artists over 18 years of age working with colored pencil”.The CPSA not only promotes colored pencil art as fine art, but also strives to set lightfastness standards for colored pencil manufacturers. Other countries such as the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia and Mexico – among many others – have formed their own organizations and societies for colored pencil artists.Colored pencils are commonly stored in pencil cases to prevent damage.