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I've been using Speedball products since high school. I love their screenprinting and block printing kits and inks!Emily Claire Sáez Virginia
Speedball Fabric Block Printing Ink is the best! I block print kitchen towels and need to make sure my printed patterns stay on the towels over many, many washes. The Speedball Fabric Block Printing Ink has never failed me!Courtney Beyer Menlo Park, CA
I love the workability of Akua Inks, the luscious colors and easy cleanup. They work for all my favorite printmaking methods--intaglio,monotype, gel printing--and are wonderful to use in the classroom!Amy Nack Boise, ID
The Supergraphic Black Professional Relief Ink astounds me ever time with its rich black inking abilities. It is incredibly smooth to roll out and prints evenly with a rich black quality. Since I burnish all of my prints by hand, Supergraphic Black has been a game changer for my prints. The clean up is also ideal. It’s not every day that you find a high-quality, oil-based ink that cleans up with soap and water. This makes the ink perfect for home and studio use.Sarah Reed-McNamara Rockford, IL
I exclusively use Speedball’s Acrylic Screen Printing Ink for all my printing. The saturation of the colors is second to none – they mix very well so that I can create very specific hues as well as regulate the opacity and transparency of the inks. The consistency is just right for screen printing – especially for me, since I still pull all my prints by hand.James Flames Asheville, NC
One of the earliest Speedball logos, circa 1916
Early variation of the Speedball logo, circa 1916
Early logo from C. Howard Hunt Pen Company, circa 1920
One of the flagship brands that joined the Speedball brand family as a part of the Houston Art acquisition that was finalized in in March of 2008, Pink Soap is the brush cleaner of choice for artists, hobbyists and art educators alike
Also a part of the Houston Art acquisition in 2008, Speedball proudly offers a wide variety of Mona Lisa brand products ranging from metal leafing tools and accessories to paint mediums and cleaners
Acquired by Speedball in 2009, the addition of the Boss Series and Artista pottery wheels solidified Speedball’s position within the ceramics space. Today, the Clay Boss wheel is the top-selling Speedball product
With a proud 80-year history of producing high quality paper offered at a superior value, the Bienfang brand of paper products was added to the Speedball offering in 2010
Representing the same dedication to quality and innovation upon which Speedball was built, the Akua line of professional inks, tools and accessories joined the Speedball brand family in 2012
Speedball began partnering with the historic Schut Papier paper mill in 2014 to produce its 100% rag printmaking paper, Arnhem 1618™
Speedball proudly announced the addition of Best Test adhesives and adhesive removers to its offerings in late 2016, and began manufacturing and distributing the products in early 2017
One of the most well-known variations of our logo, the Speedball “Red Banner” is displayed on a broad range of some of today’s top-selling Speedball products, from Drawing & Lettering to Printmaking
Speedball Corporate Logo
The newest version of the Speedball logo, this modernized and more minimalistic treatment is now used on all of Speedball’s latest product launches, from Speedball Professional Relief Inks to Calligraphy Fountain Pens