The Princeton Artist Brush Co. has launched this very unusual line of tools called Catalyst. They aren't a brush or a palette knife but can work as both in a pinch.
Designed for use with heavy-bodied paints, Catalyst is at home with oils, acrylics, and water-miscible oils. Because they are heat-resistant, they excel with encaustics. Artists are using them with plaster, clay, and even frosting. Made of FDA-approved silicone, Catalyst Blades and Wedges are great for food crafting.
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