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Get inspired and create your next masterpiece with the range of markers from Art to Art. Whether you prefer working with permanent art pens, copic markers or watercolour brush pens - we have everything you need to get you started! Shop drawing supplies online at Art to Art today and get free shipping when you spend over $100. Same day dispatch Australia-wide

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Copic Ciao Markers

From $6.50

Copic Classic Markers

From $10.00

Copic Sketch Marker

From $10.00

Copic Ink Refill 12ml

From $12.50

Talens Pantone Markers


Ecoline Watercolour Brush Pens


Tombow Dual Brush Pens


Kuretake Fude Pen No. 55


Kuretake Zig Brush Pen No 24 Black


Kuretake Zig Brush Pen No 22 Black


Kuretake Zig Brush Pen No 31 Grey


Kuretake Zig Brush Pen No 60 Gold



At Art to Art, we stock a wide variety of artist markers for both beginner and professional illustrators, designers and artists. With our copic art pens and brush pens, you can produce bold and vibrant strokes with precise control, and with our permanent felt-tip pens you can create markings on all types of hard surfaces. Choose from highly trusted brands, including Posca, Sharpie, Sakura, Copic and more! 

In terms of marker categories, Art To Art stocks several different brands, each with a variety of options to cater to different preferences and uses. The brands include , Copic, Faber-Castell, and Staedtler among others, with general uses mentioned such as paint markers, Posca pens, and general purpose markers from various makers. This diverse selection provides ample choice for artists looking for specific hues or type of marker for their drawing and colouring needs.Many of our high-quality art pens are available in different sizes and shapes, so you can achieve your desired effects. We also have a number of surfaces you can use these on, including marker paper, sketch pads and visual art diaries


At Art to Art, we pride ourselves on stocking a diverse range of artist markers suited for both beginner and professional illustrators, designers, and artists. Our collection is meticulously categorized to help you find exactly what you need with ease. Explore our extensive selection as outlined below:

  • Copic Art Pens: Known for their vibrant and smooth application, we offer a variety of 1 Copic option.
  • Brush Pens: Perfect for bold, expressive artwork
  • Permanent Felt-tip Pens: Ideal for creating durable markings on hard surfaces, with choices including Faber-Castell and Uniball.
  • General Markers: For everyday use, we have a robust selection of general markers.
  • Posca Acrylic Paint Pens : Full range of sizes and colours available including sets
  • Staedtler: Trusted for reliability

With our copic art pens and brush pens, you can produce bold and vibrant strokes with precise control, and with our permanent felt-tip pens, you can create markings on all types of hard surfaces. Choose from other highly trusted brands, including Artline, Sharpie, Sakura, Copic, and more!

This structured approach to categorizing our markers ensures that whatever your artistic needs, you can find a tool that perfectly matches your style and project requirements. Whether you're sketching, layering, detailing, or designing, Art to Art is your go-to destination for quality and variety.


What Are Colorless Blenders and How Are They Used in Marker Art?

Colorless blenders are essentially markers filled with a solvent but no dye, making them appear clear and colorless. While their name suggests that they might be used for blending colors together, their primary functions are somewhat different.

Key Uses of Colorless Blenders:

  • Highlighting: These tools are excellent for lightening specific areas of your artwork, helping to create highlights and add depth.
  • Fixing Mistakes: Made an error? A colorless blender can help you correct mistakes by fading unwanted marks.
  • Transitioning: They are also useful for creating smooth transitions from colored areas to white, giving a more polished look to your work.


To slow the fading of marker art, follow these essential steps:

Choose the Right Markers: Opt for alcohol-based markers, as they contain higher quality dyes that are more resistant to light and fading.

Proper Storage: Keep your marker art away from direct sunlight. Consider storing your pieces in archival boxes to protect them from light exposure. Alternatively, framing your art under UV-filtering glass can add an extra layer of defense against harmful rays.

Use Protective Sprays: Apply a protective spray like Golden Archival Spray Varnish. However, this step requires caution. Make sure to test the varnish on a sample piece first, as it can potentially alter the colors, darken the artwork, or add an unwanted sheen. Ensure the markers have fully set by waiting several hours before applying the spray varnish to avoid any running colors.

By incorporating these strategies, you can significantly extend the life and vibrancy of your marker art.


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What markers are best?

It all depends on the type of effect you want to achieve. Some of our popular favourites include: 



How long do markers last?

This depends on the type and brand. However, most art pens typically last around 1-2 years if they’re well taken care of. 


What paper is recommended?

The best options include marker paper and cardstock as they are thicker and smoother than regular paper which helps to produce vibrant and precise strokes. It also prevents spreading, smudging and bleed-through. 


What art pens do not smudge?

If you’re looking for a smudge-proof option, we recommend opting for a Sharpie. They are smudge-proof, water resistant and produce vibrant strokes of ink on a range of surfaces. 


What types of projects are these markers ideal for?
These markers are particularly useful for art projects, labeling, and crafting detailed designs, where permanence and precision are important.
How do the colours of the markers perform over time?
The colours provided by these markers are designed to be rich and resist fading, ensuring that they remain vibrant and clear over time.

Are markers generally lightfast or prone to fading? When it comes to lightfastness, markers are generally prone to fading. This is primarily because markers derive their color from dyes rather than pigments. Unlike the pigments found in paints, pastels, or pencils, dyes are more vulnerable to light exposure and tend to fade over time


How Can You Clean a Dirty Marker Nib?

Cleaning a dirty marker nib is simpler than you might think. For both water-based and alcohol-based markers, a quick fix involves using a blank piece of paper. Just scribble back and forth until the nib appears clean and the color flows smoothly again.