Creative brushes, rollers, and other painting tools designed by CuldeSac.
The Paint Evolution brushes were commissioned by Valentine company.
Also check out: Optical Illusion Paintings and Amazing 3D Paintings
These bring creativity to a whole new level. I absolutely love it.
Jan 16th, 2012
wonderful and lovely
The whip would be fun to use
I love all of these, but I’m not so sure about the balloon… ^-^
Jan 17th, 2012
How does the corner roller roll in two directions at once. Doesnt seem possible
some of them are helpful! nice ideas
Ben I think you just push the 90 degree angled side into the corner and drag up/down the wall – thats how i see it working – i think thats the best one of the lot really – its the only one that would actually be useful rather than just ‘diferent’
Normal rollers are rubbish for corners – this is a good idea and suprised not popular in B&Q already – id buy one
This one definatley wins the Toxel Innovation award of the week! lol
Mon Sun C
These are really cool, I want one of each pls.
WOW!!! awesome stuff!!
Balloon brush? Fail.
These are totally amazing :))
Jan 18th, 2012
Why isn’t the protractor brush adjustable like a normal protractor? You can only make one size of circle this way. You might as well just get a normal protractor and put a brush on it.
Once you put paint on the balloon brush, it’s not going to float at all let alone paint the ceiling.
are deae brushes available in india.dey r cool.
Jan 19th, 2012
Impractical, most notably the helium brush. In accordance to some of the designs, certainly stamps and sponges would prove more effective.
corner brush, its really useful
Balloon and Whip?! LOL
Jan 20th, 2012
What Junnie said.
I love the forked brush- if it was 5 lines you could paint a musical stave! The circle roller and brush are cool too, but it would be better if the compass on the brush was adjustable. Double ended brush could be good for travelling light, but in a studio it would be hard to store it without damaging one end. You couldn’t rest it in a jar, it would have to be on a rack.