Just wanted everyone to know that we sent out the first batch of orders today even though our town is covered in ice from the storm! Response has far exceeded our expectations and we want to sincerely thank all of you who have ordered your sets, we have been getting orders from all over the world and if orders keep coming in at this rate I think we will be sold out next week! Thanks for the support everyone, we are blown away! Sets available here: http://shop.starrstudios.net/product/mack-lettering-brushes-starr-studios-series
The Mack Starr Studios Series of lettering brushes were specially developed by Mack and Sean Starr to provide the best overall brush for veteran sign painters and beginners alike.
These brushes can carry a lot of paint and are excellent for production and larger lettering. They are a good choice for most surfaces and are made of pure squirrel and black ox hair.
These brushes have a lot of similarities to the Mack 1962 Series and are the same daily go-to brushes used in our studio. The set contains (4) brush sizes which will work for the majority of lettering projects, which include: (1) .5” (1) .375” (1) .25” (1) .125”
This is a Limited Edition Series and we only have a small stock on hand. Once these are gone, they are gone for good. Mack has been the leader in lettering brushes since 1891 and have been our brush of choice since the 1980s.
Available exclusively here in our store. International shipping available.
U.S.A. Shipping & Handling $5
International Shipping $20
Sign Painters DFW Screening
October 11, 2013
We were nominated Best Art Studio in Denton County, help us win it by clicking this link, takes 5 seconds…
Some really nice coverage on Starr Studios by On The Record Magazine
Nice video about the Phsh Tank sign painter’s show curated by Sean Gallagher. Some groovy coverage of Sean Starr’s work in this show to boot…
We just got more of these:
These beauties are 5” x 2”, just the right size to declare your love for the craft. Designed by Starr Studios with a little plagiarism on the tagline from Red Rider Studio’s Norma Jeanne Maloney (please don’t sue us Norma Jeanne).
5 bucks gets you 2 stickers.