We recently presented at the Art and Materials Trade Show at SCAD and saw firsthand how students are using our adhesives and dual brush pens in a variety of different classes. Seeing all of the great ways that students are using Tombow products spurred us in a new direction and we decided to reach out to students. We are proud to announce “How do you Tombow?” a competition for art students.
We are looking for students who use Tombow products to upload photos or videos explaining how they use Tombow Dual Brush Pens, Adhesives or Correction Tape. Once loaded on the Tombow Facebook page, one person will be selected and named the winner of the Tombow competition and be the recipient of a full-line professional dual brush pen set.
Visit our Facebook page and upload your work for a chance to win!
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