Highlighters & Handwriters

Sort by
  • Featured
  • Best selling
  • Alphabetically, A-Z
  • Alphabetically, Z-A
  • Price, low to high
  • Price, high to low
  • Date, old to new
  • Date, new to old

Highlighters - Creative neon fun


From brainstorming and annotating notes to studying, marketing a text or creating multimedia artworks, the humble highlighter is everyone’s colourful BFF. With the bright, pastel or fluorescent colours, fun and creativity are at your fingertips.

Different highlighter tips - chisel (flat and short), window (thick and flat), bullet (slightly rounded rectangular tip) or dual-tipped (either different sized tips on each end highlighter or different colours at each end) - can make all the difference to your study notes or artwork.
- Choose a highlighter with ink specially designed not to smear.
- Choose a fast-drying highlighter to avoid smudging.

Creative highlighter ideas for your sketchbook:
1. If you have a fear of the blank page, then waterbased highlighters come to your rescue in all their neon glory. Using just three colours, fill your white space with vertical lines; this becomes a cohesive background for you to sketch your image or pattern in black.
2. Highlighters are fantastic for ‘highlighting’ or adding simple shading techniques to certain areas of a black sketch or image.
3. Who doesn't love to doodle? Highlighters and doodling are creative partners in crime. Have fun filling a page with colourful patterns. Chisel-nibbed highlighters also allow you to get line variation when using the side of the nib.

Highlighters are a ubiquitous art supply, school supply and office supply. Always keep a pack or two handy.
Read more Read less

100% Secure Payment

Free Shipping Orders Over €75

Up to 40% off on selected items

100% Customer Satisfaction

Highlighters - Creative neon fun


From brainstorming and annotating notes to studying, marketing a text or creating multimedia artworks, the humble highlighter is everyone’s colourful BFF. With the bright, pastel or fluorescent colours, fun and creativity are at your fingertips.

Different highlighter tips - chisel (flat and short), window (thick and flat), bullet (slightly rounded rectangular tip) or dual-tipped (either different sized tips on each end highlighter or different colours at each end) - can make all the difference to your study notes or artwork.
- Choose a highlighter with ink specially designed not to smear.
- Choose a fast-drying highlighter to avoid smudging.

Creative highlighter ideas for your sketchbook:
1. If you have a fear of the blank page, then waterbased highlighters come to your rescue in all their neon glory. Using just three colours, fill your white space with vertical lines; this becomes a cohesive background for you to sketch your image or pattern in black.
2. Highlighters are fantastic for ‘highlighting’ or adding simple shading techniques to certain areas of a black sketch or image.
3. Who doesn't love to doodle? Highlighters and doodling are creative partners in crime. Have fun filling a page with colourful patterns. Chisel-nibbed highlighters also allow you to get line variation when using the side of the nib.

Highlighters are a ubiquitous art supply, school supply and office supply. Always keep a pack or two handy.
Read more Read less