TUTORIALS Videos & Product Demonstrations

Tutorial : Fineliner Lettering With Botanical Elements

Packaging design painting using Gouache

Tutorial : Modern calligraphy techniques with ink

Tutorial : Transferring Promarker color with ethyl alcohol

Tutorial : Glazing & Staining with Acrylics

Tutorial : Professional Watercolor Synthetic Sable Brushes

Tutorial : Artist Paper Ranges

Tutorial : Using Gouache with Stencils

Tutorial : Tonking Technique with Oils

Tutorial : Blotting out with Winsor & Newton Watercolor Markers

Tutorial : Watercolor Intermixability

Tutorial : Painting an Acrylic Mural

Tutorial : Cyanotypes with Watercolour

Tutorial : Collage with Acrylic Paint Medium

Tutorial : Canvas Stretching Techniques

Tutorial : Making Acrylic Sheets

Tutorial : Wet on Wet Watercolor Technique

Tutorial : Blending Watercolor Pencils with ProMarkers

Tutorial : Metallic Oil Color

Tutorial : Using Colourless Blender with Graphite and Pencils

Tutorial : Blending Acrylics

Tutorial : The Difference between MIXING White & TITANIUM White

Tutorial : Mono Printing using Artisan Water Mixable Oil Color

Tutorial : Lightfastness of Alizarin Crimson

Tutorial : Acrylic Modeling Paste under Oil Color

Tutorial : Acrylic Paint Under Oil Colour

Tutorial : Blending Colors with ProMarkers

Tutorial : Watercolor Pencils & Fineliners

Tutorial : Blending Oil Color

Tutorial : Effects of Oil Color Mediums on White

Tutorial : Painting & Layering using Mixed Media

Tutorial : How to use GUM ARABIC as a resist

Tutorial : How to Properly VARNISH your Painting !

Tutorial : Glazing with Iridescent Acrylic Medium

Tutorial : METALLIC Oil Colors

Tutorial : Oil Color Absorption Rate

Exploring Colors : Winsor Emerald

Tutorial : Oil Color on Acrylic Paint ?

Tutorial : Atomic and Optical colour mixing explained

Tutorial : Avoiding Under-Binding Acrylic Paint (Overdiluting with Water)

Tutorial : Painting and Disturbing Oil Glazes

Tutorial : Rose Madder Pigment

Tutorial : Iridescent Medium for Acrylics

Tutorial : Acrylic Heavy Structure Gel

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Tutorial : Acrylic Gesso White, Clear and Tinted

Tutorial : How to apply Gold Leaf to Canvas

Tutorial : Exploring LIQUIN Mediums

Tutorial : How to Clean Brushes

Tutorial : The Importance of Watercolor Paper Choices


Traxx Printer

TRAXX Printer Ltd. brings together over 25 years of stamping and manufacturing experience.

Our market extends world wide with distributors in Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa and Asia. As a young company in this industry, we pride ourselves in offering our customers the highest quality products possible at competitive prices.

We offer a wide and deep range of stamps to cover most of your stamping needs and are constantly developing new products while regularly updating our existing lines.

For peace of mind we offer our customers a lifetime guarantee against any manufacturing defects on all of our products.

TRAXX Printer looks forward to serving your stamping needs. Please contact your local Distributor, Rubber Stamp Manufacturer or Stationer.

An environmentally friendly company.

Shinhan Art

“Passionate Color, Professional Touch”
Passion drives people to be inspirational, innovative, and extraordinary in the pursuit of achievement. ShinHan art strives to inspire the passion of artists by producing the highest quality art materials in the world.

“Passionate Color, Professional Touch”
Is a statement that embodies the essence of what ShinHan is about. We utilize traditional methods of manufacturing which have been uniquely enhanced over decades embrace state of the art technologies. We strive for cutting edge world class quality and settle for
nothing less.

Our message to the art world is to be earnest, creative, and harmonious. These are main the principals that ShinHan has followed for almost half century. Since the company was established in 1967, the hands on ownership of the Han family have never changed.
From the blending of pigments and inks through the production process, we relentlessly strive to replicate and preserve only natural colors that withstand the test of time. Our effort to produce the highest quality products is inspired by the idea that we assist artists at a variety of levels in freely transferring innovative expression to the canvas and beyond.

ShinHanArt is renowned the world over for its excellence in quality. Our products are used worldwide in diverse fields by professionals and hobby artists. We cherish every relationship that we make with employees and artists. Our seasoned experience has enabled us to develope unique recipes to manufacture high quality products, and loyal artists using ShinHanArt products continually communicate their particular needs helping us strive to produce an unparalleled and full range of quality art products.
ShinHanArt is headquartered in Seoul, Korea. Having over one hundred and fifty employees, we operate two manufacturing factories. With over 48 years of heritage, ShinHan Art continues to be Korea’s dominant market leader in art material industry. We now distribute our products to consumers in 32 different countries since our first export in 1980. We pledge to continue manufacturing art materials with colors that stimulate artists’ passion around the world.




PANDA was established in 2005 for the purpose of providing services in the office and school supplies industry and set its course in 2007 to give you even a better quality of service with a team of professionals with over 15 years of experience. The company maintains a fast growth trend by keeping pace with developing technologies and focusing on customer demands with increases in the size of the work area from 600 m² to 3,500 m² and the number of employees from 10 to 50. Throughout this process, we have established ourselves as a reputable and recognized organization thanks to our high quality of service and the sense of trust we deliver to our valued customers.

Ghiant Aerosols

GHIANT aerosols nv started in 1987 to produce under the creative and professional leadership of Philip and Werner Nolten to market genuine GHIANT products.

In 1998 GHIANT food nvstarted to produce food products according HACCP and BRC standards and accreditation

In the meanwhile GHIANT products are available in more than 45 countries and due to the experience gained from 25 years of making aerosols and aerosol formulations, continuous efforts to make high quality & environmentally safe products, GHIANT aerosols now is able to offer you a wide range of products and services.


Favini is worldwide leader in the design and production of textures and finishing solutions for eco-leather for fashion, luxury, design, IT and technical sportswear sectors.

Favini is also a leading global producer of graphics specialties, natural fibres-based (cellulose, algae, fruits, nuts, etc.), for the packaging of luxury and fashion industries.

It also operates in the converting products industry sector that includes activities related to the creation and production of stationery for school, leisure and office, for high-end market.

The FSC trademark guarantees that products come from responsible sources that support the conservation of forests and wildlife and help people lead better their lives.

Conté à Paris

The history of Conté à Paris products cannot be separated from the personality of the company’s founder, Nicolas Jacques Conté. Born in 1755, he claimed the title of painter, chemist, physicist, hot air baloonist and inventor during the fifty years he lived. Nicolas Jacques Conté’s historical achievement is undeniable. In 1794, he developed the modern graphite lead from a mixture of clay and graphite, thus making it finally possible to create different grades of hardness for pencils. The pencil factory he set up in 1795 enabled France to at least produce its own calligraphy and drawing material. A few years later, he developed “pencils without sleeves” (bare leads) replacing those made from “Italian stone”. He worked on making the colours “fixed and unchangeable” to meet the requirements of the painters of the day. Artists’ pencils and pastels were thus born. Over the decades, the quality of its products and the extent of its ranges have enabled Conté à Paris to establish itself as a true reference for artists world-wide. Used by top masters, amateur artists and art students alike, Conté à Paris offers the widest variety of techniques and effects possible for drawing , sketching and pastel work.

Arches Paper

Arches paper is high quality, air-dried paper that is used by printers and watercolorists. It has a warm white colour and hot-pressed, cold-pressed, and rough varieties. Arches paper is valued for its durability, and is made in the village of Arches in the Vosges, France.

Arches watercolor papers are mould-made with 100% cotton fiber. The papers are acid-free, pH-neutral, gelatin-sized, and air-dried.

The history of Arches starts in 1492 when the Arches site completed the amalgamation of the paper-making facilities around the village of Arches, south of Epinal.

The Moulins d’Arches turned to the production of high quality paper for writings and art publications. The mill thus produced paper for incunables (the name given to the first printed books), such as the Chronique de Gutenberg by Dürer. Also printed on Arches paper was the “Description of Egypt” commissioned by Napoleon I upon his return from his Egyptian campaign. The work was used by the royalty from 1809 to 1828.

VIDEO 10th Edition of IBDAA at AUB 19.04.2016

IBDAA @ AUB, or the International Biodiversity Day at AUB, is an annual poster forum organized by the Nature Conservation Center to celebrate the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB). IBDAA gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to participate in a serious academic poster forum, have their work evaluated by field experts, and possibly go home with one of many tempting prizes.

For its tenth IBDAA celebration, NCC has chosen to commemorate its decade of celebrating biological diversity by selecting the theme “Imagine, Create, Act: Protecting Nature’s Journey”.