Category : Other
This is one of those supremely useful inventions that you did not know you needed until you saw it.
It’s a paintbrush, but a hollow plastic one which holds water and feeds it through a tiny valve to the brush itself.
Ideal for those artistic moments when you turn a drawing made with those wonderful ‘watercolour’ pencils into an actual painting, or when you let small children loose on that special paper which changes colour when wet.
These things need practise, as it takes a while before you work out how hard you can squeeze the brush without ending up soaking your masterpiece, but otherwise they are a joy to use.
From the art stores of Japan, obviously…