Join @TheHoleShop and @KrinkNYC Founder Craig Costello for the exclusive release of Krink K-750 in New York City. Complimentary beer courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery and Krink. Krink NYC and Montana Colors Barcelona (MTN) are pleased to announce the MTN x Krink K-750, a very special can with unique properties. Years in development, the K-750 is a complete can-redesign utilizing select valves, pressure, paint, and nozzle; truly one of a kind, there is no competition. The K-750 contains a massive 750ml/25oz of premium quality matte finish paint and is capable of creating lines 4M/12’ tall! A unique Krink concept paired with Montana’s advanced engineering, the K-750 sets a new standard in innovation.  About Krink: Based in NYC, Krink is a creative company producing high-quality inks and markers, as well as art and design projects. Krink markers started as a must-have staple in New York City street culture, and have since expanded into the studio. Krink is the premier brand of markers and ink for a new generation of artists worldwide. Bringing a distinct and unique aesthetic to all of its projects, Krink has collaborated with iconic brands like Mini, Absolut Vodka, and Nike to create one-of-a-kind products. We represent a creative culture that expects only high-quality products and new ideas. Krink offers 12 different marker styles in more than 20 colors. All  Krink products are handmade in the USA. Highest quality. For more information please visit krink.com.  About Montana Colors: Originating in 1994, Montana Colors (MTN) is the leading brand of spray paint worldwide. The first in the industry to create high-quality spray paints designed specifically for artists, Montana Colors continues to be a leader and innovator in the art-supply market. Manufactured exclusively in Barcelona Spain, MTN produces the highest quality spray paint in 11 different can sizes with over 200 vibrant colors. Handmade quality. For more information please visit montanacolors.com For more information, please email info@newyorkartdepartment.org

Join @TheHoleShop and @KrinkNYC Founder Craig Costello for the exclusive release of Krink K-750 in New York City.

Complimentary beer courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery and Krink.

Krink NYC and Montana Colors Barcelona (MTN) are pleased to announce the MTN x Krink K-750, a very special can with unique properties. Years in development, the K-750 is a complete can-redesign utilizing select valves, pressure, paint, and nozzle; truly one of a kind, there is no competition. The K-750 contains a massive

750ml/25oz of premium quality matte finish paint and is capable of creating lines 4M/12’ tall! A unique Krink concept paired with Montana’s advanced engineering, the K-750 sets a new standard in innovation. 

About Krink:
Based in NYC, Krink is a creative company producing high-quality inks and markers, as well as art and design projects. Krink markers started as a must-have staple in New York City street culture, and have since expanded into the studio. Krink is the premier brand of markers and ink for a new generation of artists worldwide. Bringing a distinct and unique aesthetic to all of its projects, Krink has collaborated with iconic brands like Mini, Absolut Vodka, and Nike to create one-of-a-kind products. We represent a creative culture that expects only high-quality products and new ideas. Krink offers 12 different marker styles in more than 20 colors. All 
Krink products are handmade in the USA. Highest quality. For more information please visit krink.com. 

About Montana Colors:
Originating in 1994, Montana Colors (MTN) is the leading brand of spray paint worldwide. The first in the industry to create high-quality spray paints designed specifically for artists, Montana Colors continues to be a leader and innovator in the art-supply market. Manufactured exclusively in Barcelona Spain, MTN produces the highest quality spray paint in 11 different can sizes with over 200 vibrant colors. Handmade quality. For more information please visit montanacolors.com

For more information, please email info@newyorkartdepartment.org

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