From the What's New archive - August 2004...
Whether 1 foot tall or two, by brush or by finger, children love painting. To nurture this creativity, Resene have developed the Resene Art Action range of student acrylic, art and poster and tempera paints designed for little kids and big kids alike.
The product range was developed out of a need to offer a range of art paints that perform better than those currently on the market. Following extensive testing, the Resene Art Action range was born as a higher coverage, consistent colour and gloss, and easier to wash off clothing option to existing art paints. Products have been scientifically tested to ensure that they are safe for children to use, giving all parents and caregivers peace of mind.
Available in a mix of sizes from 80ml to 500ml, three different variants, and a selection of intermixable colours, budding artists have lots to keep their fingers and brushes busy.
The range is broken into three product types:
The complete Resene Art Action range is available from Resene ColorShops nationwide and a selected range is available from Whitcoulls. For more information on the Art Action range, check out the Art Action section online.
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