Trekell’s Pinstriping and Lettering brushes are a natural fit within the hands of sign makers, though adventurous artists working in any medium will find a favorite here. Whether it’s a Quill with its unique natural/synthetic filament mix or our fully synthetic lines, you can feel confident that you’re getting an intelligently designed brush that radiates an exacting command. With a predictable performance that always wows, these brushes will never let you down. These brushes are on Trekell’s classic 6″ short black and silver handles.
SWORD – 8030 SERIES
A sword brush has a body like a liner brush and head like an angle brush. Its tip can paint a fine line, but if you apply pressure, the line gets wider. A sword brush is the go-to for calligraphy. This brush is on a short handle.
DAGGER – 8040 SERIES
A dagger brush’s unique shape — a rising edge that terminates into a knife-like point — gives it the ability to lay down small, sharp lines. Painting hair is one of many use cases. It’s also adept at creating teardrop-styled shapes such as petals effortlessly. This brush is on a short handle.
SCRIPT/RIGGER – 8050 SERIES
The script brush’s long hairs are formed into a narrow point. Tasks requiring delicate details, such as highlighting, outlining, and lettering, are in this brush’s wheelhouse because its paint-carrying capacity also allows for long, unbroken strokes. Supposedly named for its original use: painting ships’ rigging. This brush is on a short handle.
QUILL BRUSH – 8060 SERIES
The point of interest with a quill brush is the unique filament: a mix of natural and synthetic squirrel hairs. That winning combination helps the quill brush to glide across smooth surfaces such as glass. As an addition, the quill brush’s six-inch handle provides unparalleled maneuverability. This brush is on a short handle.
ONE STROKE – 8070 SERIES
A one stroke brush has been designed for lettering, but the maneuverability and filament construction also allows it to shine on ceramics. This brush is on a short handle.