Brush Box (BB-PC)
Powder coated in Ruby Red or Sapphire Blue, the all aluminum brush box will protect your brushes while drying, storing, and transporting. The brushes are held in place with two steel spring coils.
3 1/2″ X 10″
- Extra Fine
- Black Polished Handles
These Outliners are used for outlining letters, scroll work, and applicable sign work. The Series 838/839 is suitable for most surfaces. It has a round ferrule and graduated hair lengths.
- Top Quality
- Blue Squirrel Black Sable-Ox Mixture
- Nickel Ferrules
- Plain Varnished Handles
Plain HandlesThe grey quill is also handmade in France & Germany and it is equally as important as the brown as an essential brush for the sign painter. This is a universal lettering brush. The grey hair has more snap than the brown. It is used for general commercial work such as signs, truck lettering, boats, etc. The grey hair is more durable than the brown, and this brush is suitable for lettering on most surfaces. Series 189 Grey (Talahutky) Lettering Quill With Attached Plain Wood Handle (Other Lengths Not Available)
As most know, Mike Meyer, is the worldwide educator of hand lettering. We thought it would be logical to introduce a series of brushes that he could introduce to all his students in his extensive travels. We have been working on a series of lettering quills that would work well for both the professional and the beginner. We decided on a synthetic sable hair that is like no other synthetic on the market. This synthetic is the closest thing to real sable hair without having to pay the steep sable price. In the last year the price of pure sable has increased by fifty percent and I?m not sure that the price is stable yet! The synthetic sable is unusual in the fact, that it absorbs paint like natural hair. More importantly, it flows out of the brush in a controlled manner. This brush can be used with enamel, urethane and water based paint. We hope that you find this brush to be as versatile as its intended origin. Available in sizes 0,2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16 (see chart below) Series 1961 This series is a full synthetic filament mixture.
Kazan Squirrel - Bronze Handle"Just a hair' faster than the Vortex, but with all the quality, this baby moves right along. As fast as you can think of a design, the typhoon seems to read your mind and anticipate you next move. The hair was chosen for quick response time and accurate placement on any surface. I especially like this brush for motorcycle work because of the curved surfaces and the brushes 'forgiveness' in tight turns. I am amazed at its performance every time I use it." - Steve Chaszeyka Available in 3 sizes. Steve is also featured in our Pinstripers Hall of Fame: Award #9
This brush is another collaboration between Mack Brush and Scott “Cornbread” Lindley. The hair that was chosen is a Dupont Tymex synthetic. It is cup chiseled by hand with a tip of a natural bristled brush. Strong but flexible synthetic hair gives the artist a great workhorse on rougher surfaces. The brush is offered in sizes ¼”, ½”, ¾” and 1”. Available in 4 sizes (see chart below) This series is a full synthetic filament mixture.
Blue Squirrel - Grey Handle"If you use scroll striping, you'll love this brush! After 30 years of scrolling we've developed what I think is the finest brush available for this style. It gives beautiful controlled lines that respond exactly to your movements without the slightest hesitation, splitting or fraying in the turns. It holds its line throughout the pattern and gives you more response - like the most expensive brushes used for scrolling. I recommend this for beginners as well as seasoned veterans of this style." - Steve Chaszeyka Available in 3 sizes Steve is also featured in our Pinstripers Hall of Fame: Award #9
Synthetic detail brushes are no comparison to the natural hair and pointed detail brush of the new Micro Script brush. You will get the finest little lines and delicate touches you didn't even believe were possible. It is the brush you will fall in love with for all the little things you do. Available in sizes 3/0, 2/0, 0, 1 & 2