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Writing Instruments

The writing instruments produced by Arteza enable creators to communicate with style and convenience. Whether you intend to write words, sketch designs, trace elements or work on fine-point details, our writing instruments come in a wide variety for your delight. They are incredibly versatile and can be used for: drawings, illustrations, scrapbooking, calligraphy, card making, and more.


Inkonic Fineliner Pens feature a 0.4 mm line point which makes writing and creating details an effortless task every time. Our Inkonic Fineliner Pens feature water-based ink that is low-odor and will not irritate you while you create. The triangular barrel sits comfortably in your hand and won’t roll off the table, desktop, or workspace. Inkonic Fineliner Pens are perfect for creating on the go, whether you find yourself on a train, in the park, or in the cafeteria, you’ll be able to work with these pens, conveniently. 


Graphite pencils are also called lead pencils, but they are made of graphite and clay. Graphite pencils are used for drawing and sketching. They come in a range of lighter and darker pencils, from 9B to F. HB is in the middle. Within this range, H means the pencil has hard lead with more clay and less graphite. Less graphite produces writing lighter color. B pencils have more graphite and less clay, which means they are softer, wear down more quickly, need to be sharpened more often and produce a darker shade.


Graphite pencil set offers a variety of sizes offering a range of shades and tones. Sets include some, or all, of the pencils within the range of 9B to F. You probably won’t need every pencil within the range, but keep in mind that 9B is the softest with the most graphite and F is the hardest with the lightest shade available.


Permanent markers use permanent ink and are useful for a vast number of purposes, ranging from arts & crafts to industrial. They can be used on a number of different surfaces, such as: glass, wood, rock, metal, plastic and, of course, paper.


Dry erase markers are non-permanent markers to be used on an erasable surface, such as a whiteboard. Use them to leave little notes and reminders for yourself or someone else, on: mirrors, whiteboards, plastic, glass, and more.


Highlighters are markers used to highlight specific words and phrases that appear on paper. They come in different colors, including the most popular yellow, as well as pink, blue, green, and orange. They are great for studying or anytime you want to highlight important information.