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Natural Acrylik Paint Set™
  • Natural Acrylik Paint Set™

    The First of Its Kind!


    • Plant-Based, Eco-friendly & Archival water-based paint that behaves exactly like conventional acrylic paints.
    • Highly pigmented, professional quality & medium bodied paints
    • Free of harmful additives, petrochemicals, solvents, and carcinogenic ingredients.
    • Paints on canvas, paper, wood, fabric, stones, glass and more.
    • Fast drying and mixes perfectly with conventional acrylik paint
    • Permanent & water-proof fabric paint
    • Made with natural pigments, plant-based resin and bio-based ingredients


    Set of 8 tubes - 2 fl. oz (59 ml) each - Dries to a Satin Finish


    Earth Colors Set: Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre, Emerald Green, Ultramarine Blue, Ultramarine Purple, Titanium White Rutile, Burnt Sienna, Black Ochre


    Classic Studio Set: Scarlet Red, Ercolano Orange, Brilliant Yellow, Emerald Green, Ultramarine Blue, Ultramarine Purple, Titanium White, Black Ochre



      How are they different from regular acrylics?:

      They are made with a plant-based resin instead of petroleum-based; they are made with natural pigments instead of heavy metal or petrochemical-based pigments; they do not contain harsh chemical additives, hormone disruptors or carcinogenic additives.


      Can the paints be thinned down with water to make fluid acryliks?:



      Why do you call it acrylik if it's not plastic?:

      We changed the spelling of "Acrylic" slightly so that customers would recognize the "style" of paint that this is but know that it's not the same thing.


      Are these paints just as archival and long lasting as regular acrylics?:

      Yes, absolutely.


      How long does it take to dry?:

      The same speed as conventional acrylics - about 10-40 min., depending on the humidity level you're in. For painting fabric, we recommend letting it cure for 24 hours before putting it in the wash.


      Do the paints dry glossy or matte?:

      It varies slightly depending on the pigment used but most dry to a "satin" finish.


      Do they paint on vinyl, leather and all fabrics?:


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