Acrylic Marker

Since its founding in 1919, Pébéo offers all artists quality products in line with their expectations.

By adapting to trends and spearheading innovation, Pébéo solidifies its status as a specialist in markers: for glass, porcelain, fabric, multi-media and multi-techniques. Discover our new Acrylic Marker range and allow yourself to be carried away into the world of Pébéo.

5 tip sizes and an original colour chart of 47 colours that will entice graphic artists, decorators and passionate amateurs alike.

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QUALITY: markers containing an acrylic water and pigment-based paint.  0.7mm(1) fine tip, 1.2mm(1) round tip, 4mm(1) round tip, 4mm(1) chisel tip and 5-15mm(1) multi-stroke tip, for most surfaces.

They have a pump mechanism that allows more or less paint to pass through

the nib, therefore allowing precise dosage when applying paint to the surface.

A replacement tip has been placed in the cap to optimize the use of each AcrylicMarker (except for the 5-15mm range). If the tip initially installed in the tip holder becomes damaged or unusable, you can replace it (see pictogram)

BASE: water

AIR DRYING (2): 10 to 30 minutes to the touch. Fully dry from 6-12 hours.

CLEANING: with soapy water before fully drying

SURFACES: paper, cardboard, papier-mâché, wood, metal, terracotta, plastic, canvas, etc.

FINISH: satin opaque, fluorescent and precious.

CARE (decorated objects): with a dry cloth. Do not get wet.

STORAGE: Horizontally once initiated, with the lid properly repositioned and clipped.

Acrylic Markers are available in 47 colours and 5 different sizes and shapes of tips:

  • 0.7mm(1) extra-fine tip =>; 16 colours
  • 1.2mm(1) fine tip =>; 47 colours
  • 4mm(1) medium round tip =>; 16 colours
  • 4mm(1) chisel tip =>; 16 colours
  • 5-15mm(1) multi-stroke tip =>; 18 colours

WARNING: Air travel can cause an excess of ink on the tip and cap. Carefully open the cap and, if necessary, clean the wick and cap before use


First use:

  1. Shake the marker well with the cap closed, facing up, for at least 5 seconds.
  2. Prime the tip (“test” surface other than the surface to be decorated) press repeatedly on a sheet of paper to soak the tip. Priming occurs quickly. There is no need to apply quick repetitive pressure. Keeping constant pressure on the tip once it partially retracts into the marker enables the paint to pass through the pump and load the nib.
  3. Test on a sheet of paper or ideally on the surface to be applied to

AcrylicMarker can be used on most surfaces: wood (with a gesso-type undercoat), paper, cardboard, metal, frames, canvas, photographs, polystyrene, terracotta, etc., allowing for a multitude of techniques. The range has a good colour fidelity after drying and excellent lightfastness.


Other uses:

The same recommendations as the first use. It may be helpful to clean the tip holder with absorbent paper in the event of accidental over-application of paint and before replacing the cap or storage.