Home-brewed graffiti ink Krink is growing in popularity. Not just for taggers any more, the street art staple has gotten publicity on CNN recently. The drippy bold ink is now being used by a variety of artists because of the unique style and aesthetic it creates. Artist Craig Costello started hand making the ink for himself and friends as a high quality, easy to use graffiti tool. Once innovative retailer Alife started selling it in their stores; it took off exponentially and is now sold online and around the world.

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