In our first blog post, we talked about how artists’ journals were a big inspiration for Waterlogue. While looking at this great work, we were very excited to discover how traveling artists made customized, pocket-sized watercolor palettes out of repurposed Altoids mint tins:
If you do a search for them online, you’ll see the level of personalization that can go into these entirely customizable and eminently portable watercolor sets.
Here is one made from a vintage German cigarette tin that also includes a few small, useful tools:
We want Waterlogue to serve as your portable watercolor kit—always at the ready whenever you want to capture something in a delightfully watery way.
Have you found cool ways to take your art tools on the road with you?