STAEDTLER 100 G12 S MARS LUMOGRAPH TIN OF 12 SKETCHING PENCILS
The Mars Lumograph is a premium quality pencil for writing, drawing and sketching on paper and matte drawing film. It has unbelievable break-resistant properties due to special lead formulation and super-bonded lead. This pencil is particular suitable for writing, drawing, sketching and hatching as well as for professional graphic and artistic applications. The special lead formulation results in a metallic lustre in a variety of grey tones. PEFC wood from certified, sustainably managed forests. It is the ideal tool for artists and graphic designers as the lines reproduce well, it is easy to erase and easy to sharpen.
- Contains 12 assorted degrees (8B, 7B, 6B, 5B, 4B, 3B, 2B, B, HB, F H, and 2H) in a neat tin.
- Unbelievably break-resistant through special lead formulation and super-bonded lead
- Lines reproduce well
- Available in 20 finely graded consistent degrees, from 9B to 9H Lead diameter: 9B-6B: 3.6mm, 5B-3B: 2.5mm, 2B-9H: 2.0mm
- Wood from PEFC-certified, sustainably managed forests
- Premium quality drawing pencil
- Special lead formulation for results with a metallic lustre in a wide variety of grey tones
- Particularly suitable for writing, drawing, sketching and hatching as well as for professional graphic and artistic applications on paper and matt drawing film
About the Staedtler graphite pencil and accessories:
Today, its hard to believe that the pencil was once considered a revolutionary work of genius, but its introduction was certainly ground-breaking, greatly facilitating writing and drawing.
Staedtler has pioneered the subsequent development of the pencil over the years to its present form, an impressive fusion of design and function.
Staedtlers extensive range of graphite pencils, together with erasers and sharpeners, is renowned the world over.
About Staedtler - the modern brand rich in tradition:
STAEDTLER is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of writing, colouring and drawing instruments as well as premium quality modelling/polymer clays. It is also one of the oldest manufacturing companies in Germany, drawing on centuries of experience and expertise in the development of innovative writing and drawing instruments.
It was in 1835 that Johann Sebastian STAEDTLER set up his pencil manufacturing plant in Nuremberg, and records show that one of the founder’s ancestors was actually making pencils as early as 1662. Within five years the company was making no fewer than 63 different types of pencil, soon progressing to both round and hexagonal wood pencils in 48 colours, and by 1866 STAEDTLER employed 54 people and produced over 2 million pencils annually.
Today, STAEDTLER is an international company with 21 manufacturing and distribution subsidiaries around the world, employing more than 3,500 people. It is Europe’s largest manufacturer of blacklead and coloured pencils, offering a comprehensive range of stationery for school, home and work environments. Many of these products are now internationally recognised classics, such as the Noris HB pencil, the Mars plastic eraser and Lumocolor markers.
Throughout the company’s history, quality and innovation have remained the key to STAEDTLER’s continuing success, with regular breakthroughs in product design, performance and manufacturing process. Recent innovations include the award- winning triplus range of triangular writing instruments, ABS, the revolutionary break-resistant protective coating for coloured pencils, and WOPEX, a ground- breaking way of producing pencils that maximises the usage of raw materials. Further, Noris colour is another innovation of an enhanced range of coloured pencils made by a new, more sustainable production process.