• SCAD Bus Schedule Winter 2016


  • December 11- 31st at Ponce City Market Location.


  • Holiday Gift Card Promotion is back!


  • New! Poppin. Work Happy.

    Now Offered at Our Ponce City Market Location!


    POPPIN. Work Happy.

    Poppin believes you should be able to surround yourself with objects of beauty everywhere you go and in everything that you do. Work is no longer an isolated activity that happens in an office from 9-5. You might be in a cubicle, a classroom, at home, on a plane or in a coffee shop. Poppin was created to fill the design gap between the products we use for work and those available in the rest of our lives. We think it’s about time someone joined the game who truly believes things can be different from top to bottom. Work Happy.

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    Click below to see all of the Poppin products:


  • Abstract Artist Chris Strawbridge: Ocean Market November 11 2015

    One of own Binders® Employees, Chris Strawbridge will be the featured abstract artist at Ocean Market on November 11, 2015. Go check it out from 7-9 pm in the gallery in their Parisian-inspired Bistro Located in the Heart of Downtown, Atlanta.







    Below is more about Chris and his work, along with the background of Ocean Market:

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  • Artist Statement Writing Workshop- Back by popular demand: Ponce City Market

    THIS SATURDAY! Back by popular demand- Artist Statement Writing Workshop- Held at our Ponce City Market location at 10am-1pm! you won't want to miss this!

    Click the link below for details and registry:


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  • Creative Gifts for Creative People - Holiday 2015

  • October 16th and 17th Demo Days Schedule

    Binders 60th Demos Schedule Poster- corrected

  • Cartoon Drawing with Ultra Cool Art Materials

    Let your Mind Go Wild with these Ultra-cool Materials!

    By: Eric N. Peterson, Cartoonist and Binders Art Supplies and Frames Associate

    Art Materials

    Pentel Japanese Brush Pen:
    I find this more exciting than a traditional inking brush, disposable India inking pen containing archival ink is perfect for any use. Works exceptionally well with any watercolor washes, Acrylic paints, colored pencils, and additional dry/wet mediums. I love this, it's my favorite for inking.

    Pentel Japanese Brush Pen

    Stillman and Birn Paper:
    Extra Heavy material, Ivory tone. The perfect paper for all materials. I've loved this paper for years, and it's so user friendly for inks, pencils, water colors, acrylics, and cut color paper collage. Heavy duty, it holds up strong and can handle wet mediums like no other... no need for primers!...you'll love it!!


    Jacquard Neopaque Fabric Paints:
    I know, you're thinking "fabric paint?" This amazing product works just like any other soft-bodied acrylic paint on canvas, wood, paper etc...
    Brilliant colors, you can use straight from the jar, or you can cut it with water, and use transparently just like any watercolor product.
    A self-leveling material, this paint dries without showing brush-strokes, and gives a perfectly flat, printed look when dry.
    Neopaques blend well together, and it's quick-dry like all familiar acrylics.

    Jacquard Neopaque Fabric Paints

    Princeton Snap Watercolor Brushes:
    Superior-working brushes at an amazing price. These are my favorite brushes for sure, I use them both for watercolors, and acrylics.
    These are nice, soft brushes that seem like sables--the flowable quality and the ability to hold paint make them the perfect brush for any project.
    I highly recommend these for anyone who appreciates a fine working brush... you'll want no other!


    For my preliminary sketching of an illustration, I've always liked to use just a regular #2 school pencil (soft lead) and a kneaded eraser. These allow good, clean sketching, and will erase perfectly. Without digging up the paper surface, they are ideal when it's time for the inking.

    Cartoon Drawing with Ultra Cool Art Materials

    Working with good, fun materials make all the difference for any creative project to just roll out of your imagination... have fun... create something!!

    By: Eric N. Peterson, Cartoonist and Binders Art Supplies and Frames Associate

  • New Evolon Paper

    Lainey Jeansonne, artist and BINDERS framer shares her experience with the new Evolon Surface.
    I was really excited to try the new Evolon surface; I love water colors and watercolor paper but am exceptionally lazy at stretching it properly.  Evolon maintains its shape even as it dries, so no surface warping.
    After my first few strokes on the thinner 58gsm sheet I quickly discovered that Evolon requires a completely different approach than I was used to taking with regular watercolor paper.  The benefit and the struggle I faced with this material was that its very absorbent nature required me to change my method of painting.
    Evolon Paper A
    I'm used to having some time to play with water on dry paper before the surface tension of the water becomes slowly absorbed into the paper’s fibers.  This kind of manipulation of the water on the surface is not possible with Evolon, because it absorbs all the fluid as soon as it hits the surface.
    Evolon Paper C
    However, it is possible to push already absorbed pigment from one area to another by dropping clear water next to it.
    Evolon Paper D
    I love the way color is absorbed and spread through the fibers making very soft transitions, it reminds me of rice paper in this way. I also really love the more cloth like texture of Evolon, it’s a durable material that is very easy to stretch like a canvas.
    After a few test runs I was able to do a quick composition on the thicker 168gsm sheet.
    Evolon Paper F
    I found that I much preferred the thicker sheet; it seemed that colors showed up brighter while some of the lighter colors I used disappeared on the 58gsm sheet. I think it will make and excellent addition to my studio supplies, not as a replacement for watercolor paper but as an additional material to experiment with.
    I also see it being wonderful for travel and urban sketching since it bends with out keeping permanent curls or creases. It’s an ideal surface to pack on the go and the dry time is also very quick as well.
    - Lainey
    See more of Lainey's art on her website.

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