More dollar store finds.
PERMANENT MARKER – That’s all it says on the label. Looks like a big matchstick. Grooved indent on the lid for easy removal. Bullet point. Ink smells like I left a tangerine in my backpack and it went bad.
BAZIC - Pretty much a standard black marker with a BAZIC sticker slapped on it. I always find these things at liquidation centres. This one was completely dried out when I bought it. Whoever named this company must have been into early 90’s hip hop.
LANKE DOUBLE MARKER – Common Chinatown dollar store shape. Weak plastic construction, bullet tip. Label says to Fecap when not in use. When I bought this marker, I looked at the label, which made me hungry for a double, which I later went and bought.
BIZZI – Got this one at a liquidation centre where the old, OLD Loblaws use to be. Just your average black marker with a BIZZI sticker slapped on to it. I think this company was also into early 90’s hip hop.
PERMANENT MARKER – Another non-descript black marker that has no branding, and little copy. Made in China and says PERMANENT on the side. I like how the designer did the layout, linking the R and the A in PERMANENT, than doing this large floating M on top. Good quality plastic construction . A slight variation on the look of a Super Sharpie. I almost prefer this shape to the original.
TIANFU – Its like a Super Sharpie bootleg from the future. Stylized end bit, grooved cap, thicker proportions, sturdy construction. They even put a gradient on the force field of the word PERMANENT. Lot of production value for a bootleg. You go Tianfu !