Wizard Typhoon (84 WT-0, WT-1 & WT-2)
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.
The Virus II is made of a soft golden synthetic hair. Designed by "Dave the Letterman" to appease the small crowd of painters who thought the original virus was a touch too stiff. So we decided to make the brush with the same specifications as the original but with a golden synthetic hair that is a little softer. This brush will still be used for the same applications of scroll and script work. Available in sizes 0, 1, 2 & 4 Series 444VII This series is a full synthetic filament mixture.
Red Lacquered Handles
- Brown Kazan Quill
- Attached Red Lacquered Handles
- Graduated Hair Lengths (Other Lengths Not Available)
After using synthetic brushes, one might wonder if a natural haired brush could compare and perform. The Mack Brush Company did just that by creating the new Micro Mono brush. It's a natural, soft haired brush with just the right snap! Doing small letters will never be easier when you use this brush. Available in sizes 3/0, 2/0, 0, 1, & 2
The Scrolling/Script Brush
One of the sign industries most exciting and innovative new brushes affectionately called: "The Virus"The series #444 is a specially blended golden taklon. This recommended design by the industry leaders is perfect for scroll and script work. Available in sizes 0, 1, 2, 4 & 6 (see chart below) This series is a full synthetic filament mixture.
This brush uses a multi diameter synthetic which adds strength for heavy bodied paint. It is interlocked or turned in, to retain its shape. With the strength and softness of the bristle the artist can use this brush on various surfaces whether it be smooth or rough. 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.
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)
This quill was produced as a cost alternative to the traditional German quills. The erosion of the dollar versus the euro has inflated the price of our quills in the last few years. We decided it was time to produce an American made nickel plated ferrule quill to give the painter another cost conscious choice. The traditional quill will always have a place in the sign painter's kit. We have been having tremendous success with the Bobbo Super Quad brush hair so we decided to put that in this quill. The hair that is used is a black synthetic and blue squirrel mixture as opposed to the German quill that is made of pure squirrel hair. The quill has been put through the paces by several sign painters and the reviews have been outstanding. Available in sizes 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, & 10 Series 169