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Consistently considered the artist's top choice, this is the original plastic palette created and patented by world-renowned artist John Pike in 1960. Unlike copies, it is made of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene resin using the injection mold method. This plastic is incredibly strong and most importantly stain-resistant. The John Pike Palette is large — 15" × 10-1/2" × 5/8" — with 20, 1-1/2" paint wells.
The inside of the snap-on cover serves as an additional palette without divisions — ideal when you need a clean spot in a hurry. Free of any obstructions, it offers a great "thinking" area in which you find the right color and value by freely pulling in from the three pigment banks, without a runback. This is probably the palette's most important single feature — a generous space where you can work up a wash without it running back into your pure color.
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This easy-to-clean, pie-pan shaped cup has brush rests. It's great for mixing tempera. It measures 3-1/2" in diameter and 1-1/8" in depth.
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