Felipe Pantone is best known for his chromatic sculptures and installations that demystify the eye. Having exhibited from one corner of the world to the next, the Spanish-Argentine artist is currently showcasing a solo exhibition at CONTROL Gallery in Los Angeles that cements his meteoric rise. Pantone, like many street artists, however, first came to art through graffiti.
A new collaboration with KRINK honors Pantone’s roots through a set of K-60 markers. Comprising of six 15mm round tip paint markers (black, light blue, yellow, light green, red and purple), the set embodies the spirit of Pantone’s practice — which teeters between art’s analog past and digital future, where humans and machines will work in tandem to usher in the next frontier of creative expression.
For those looking to purchase, the KRINK x Felipe Pantone K-60 marker set is limited to an edition of 350 and is available to purchase at BEYOND THE STREETS for $115 USD.