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- Item no. 8043.0100
The Neuland BigOne® Art is equipped with a flexible brush nib which has a diameter of 8 mm. This allows for line widths between 2 and 15 mm. This makes the Neuland BigOne® Art the perfect marker for hand letterings on large formats and extremely dynamic visualizations. The must-have for everyone who’s been waiting for the big “art marker” for so long.
The Neuland BigOne® Art is available in a great variety of bright water-based ink colors and convenient, carefully selected color sets.
Just like all Neuland Markers, it’s extremely ecofriendly and can be refilled easily and comfortably through the membrane at the marker end. You’ll find the right ink color at the end of the marker, the finger grooves and the exact color code is printed on the housing.
By the way: One refill bottle of 45 ml fills your Neuland BigOne® Art up to 11 times.
Neuland BigOne® Art in single colors
Housing and cap: PP/PE
Odorless and water-based ink, easily refillable and eco-friendly
Brush nib, line width: 2–15 mm (diameter 8 mm)
Brand-new: Those who like to add a personal touch to their markers can now even personalize the Neuland BigOne® Art with their own message.
Awesome addition to my markers suitcase!
This is a great addition to my suitcase! I love how easy it is to write, draw, fill-in with this marker! I have switched to using BigOnes also during the trainings and the Art version of the BigOne makes writing and drawing easier - cannot wait to have the full color palette!
Size does matter!
I love love love the Big One Art Marker. The moment I received the mail to announce this addition to the marker collection, it was YES, YES! I was waiting for this a long time. Size does matter. And now it’s easy to draw BIG. It’s a pleasure to write and draw with. Easy to hold, possibility to have thin & thick lines, have a sketchy approach…the juicy marker slides over the paper. A sidenote…the markers are really juicy, which I love, and because of that it can cause – unlike the other Neuland markers – some bleeding through the paper. Most of the time it’s OK but be careful is you work with paper directly on the wall.
Your Headers will Thank You!
Once the Neuland BigOne Art markers were available, I ordered some immediately. I have always favored the brush markers over the chisels anyway, and having a BIG art nib was irresistible. I have found them to be fantastic when lettering headers on charts, giving them more of a calligraphy flair or adding shading to something. I am even getting more adept at just writing with them and I love the thick/thin aesthetic. My only disappointment was the small number of colors initially offered, but they definitely picked the most popular. The good news is you can get the empty/clear pens and fill them with your favorite inks. I bought 5 about a month later and filled up several of my favorites right away. TIP: Hold it sideways and don't mash the brush tip!
A great addition
I was hoping that one day, the NoOne Art marker would get a bigger version, and there it is! I has all the qualities of the smaller one, but with a bigger impact. A dream for everyone who works on flipchart-sized paper or bigger. It makes it so much easier and faster to add a pop of colour to my drawings, or to set up big titles. Instead of layering multiple lines to get the right size, I can just do one line now, which just looks more clean and neat. The brush tip is wonderful. It creates beautiful flowy lines without any rough edges. A great addition!
Markers & More
Whiteboard markers bleed heavily through paper and quickly get empty. Possibly the tip also wears off quickly. Avoid writing on whiteboards with markers for paper. They possibly smear and are difficult to remove.
The outliner has a different ink composition that can cause clogging if residual ink remains in the needle or the bulb (rinse the needle with water after each use to prevent residual ink from remaining in it).
The Outliner (color code: 010) has a special water based ink that doesn’t smear or blur when painted over with another marker. It’s particularly suitable for contours that remain clean and sharp when colored afterwards. Otherwise with the black lines of the "normal black" (color code: 100), they can quickly become blurry and dirty after subsequent coloring.
Find here an explainer video in our YouTube channel.
No. Many customers buy the empty marker and fill it with whiteboard ink (but we can’t guarantee).
This means the color “grey“ (color code: 101). Mostly the Neuland BigOne® is ordered.
Neuland markers are refillable. Find detailed instructions here.