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Tiffany & Co. Partnered With KRINK on a Collaborative K-60 Box Set

In conjunction with the ongoing ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ exhibition in London.

When Craig Castello founded KRINK in 1993, he wanted to develop a superior silver paint marker that would be both versatile and long-lasting on the streets. Having become a cult brand since, that initial silver hue has become a trademark of the brand and one that bodes well with the latest collaboration with Tiffany & Co.

Known the world over for their own signature color, the two brands have joined forces on a limited-edition K-60 Box Set including three K-60 Paint Markers in white, silver, and Tiffany Blue®. The collaboration coincides with Tiffany’s ongoing Vision & Virtuosity exhibition at Saatchi Gallery in London — a visual chronicle of the brand’s history, featuring over 400 unique objects that have defined the iconic house since 1837.

The K-60 Box Set will come packaged in a co-branded Tiffany & Co. flannel and enclosed in a custom silver box, inspired by the emblematic Tiffany Blue Box®. For those looking to purchase, the collaboration is only available at the Vision & Virtuosity exhibition, which will be on view in London until August 19.

Elsewhere, Fondation Louis Vuitton will showcase a monumental exhibition on Claude Monet and Joan Mitchell.

Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York’s HQ,
King’s Rd,
London SW3 4RY

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