Pink comes in many different shades. Like, for instance, shocking pink, an intense colour with an attitude. This is a bright pink with full-on impact. That’s why it is often used for stand-out features. Whether as lipstick, in fashion or in artwork, pink is exuberant and self-assured. The colour is mixed from a bluish red with a little white. If you add more white, then you get the softer rose pink hues. Pink is also often called magenta or fuchsia. The complementary colour to pink is green. Perhaps that’s why a pink rose with green leaves can send us into raptures.
So it goes without saying that we can’t leave this good-mood colour out of the KREUL palette. Artists use SOLO GOYA Acrylic Magenta for vibrant highlights in their pictures. It is almost magical the way Fluorescing Pink draws everyone’s gaze. The neon variant of the artist’s acrylic paint radiates power and even glows in black light. What a stunning effect pink has! Perfect for making eye-catching accessories and fashion in minutes. In lots of our paint lines for creatives, we offer a pink shade, How about some pink highlights on your tableware with KREUL Glass & Porcelain Clear in pink? Your breakfast coffee in a pink cup will certainly give you an extra energy boost!
On its own, pink is a pretty cool eye-catcher. But together with other colours, the intensive colour reinvents itself every time. With neutral colours like dark blue, white and grey, it adds a bit of happiness. Pink and white marbling with KREUL Magic Marble paints can get the pulse racing. A combination with bright yellow or orange really sparks colour fireworks. With soft colour hues like rose pink and light green, pink evokes carefree springlike feelings. Make something in pink again today. It works wonders.