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These edding markers write with a pigment-based ink. Because of these pigments, the colour is very intense and attains a high coverage on a variety of materials.

Pigments are tiny colour particles distributed evenly throughout the ink. When the marker has been stored for a length of time with the nib facing upwards the tiny colour particles sink to the bottom of the ink tank. When used again the ink may appear faint.

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Get this from a library! Marking our times : selected works of art from the aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection at the National Gallery of Australia.

01.05.1996  · Marking Our Times : Selected Works of Art from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Collection at the National Gallery of Australia [National Gallery ...

Marking Our Times by National Gallery of Australia (COR)/ Quaill, Avril. Paperback available at Half Price Books® https://www.hpb.com

We see ourselves as cogs within this machine, or as little machines; operating like clockwork, wound up, and now just waiting for the kinetic energy that is loaded up into our bits and pieces to run out so that we expire.

And so I inherit a clock, a clock which hung on the wall still ticking as my gran passed into death, still ticking after her heart stopped, which I can’t help but see as measuring my days. Inheritances are a funny thing, I’ve known my whole life I’d be inheriting ‘the family clock,’ but have not wanted it because to claim it would require the death of the grandparents I loved dearly; first pa, and now gran. A clock that now ticks and tocks, that with careful preservation I too will be able to hand on to another generation of Campbell progeny.

But this clock is not the inheritance I prize most from my gran; the inheritance I most appreciate is one I’ve been enjoying for as long as I remember, it’s more in the realm of the  heritage her life (and pa’s) has created for our family, and the things she has been passing on to our family. A heritage of good news about the world and about death. A heritage that has both her son and daughter in vocational church ministry (and a grandson and granddaughter), and that extends beyond her line of her family tree to her siblings, and her nieces and nephews (and their kids).

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These edding markers write with a pigment-based ink. Because of these pigments, the colour is very intense and attains a high coverage on a variety of materials.

Pigments are tiny colour particles distributed evenly throughout the ink. When the marker has been stored for a length of time with the nib facing upwards the tiny colour particles sink to the bottom of the ink tank. When used again the ink may appear faint.

Innovation never stops. Neither do we. Keep up to date with Pryor Marking Technology’s latest developments. 

Pryor Marking Technology designs and manufactures the widest range of permanent marking systems in the world, together with software and barcode readers for component tracking and tracing.

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Get this from a library! Marking our times : selected works of art from the aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection at the National Gallery of Australia.

01.05.1996  · Marking Our Times : Selected Works of Art from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Collection at the National Gallery of Australia [National Gallery ...

Marking Our Times by National Gallery of Australia (COR)/ Quaill, Avril. Paperback available at Half Price Books® https://www.hpb.com

Your question is not listed here? Then please send us an e-mail at info@edding.com – we will get back to you as soon as possible.

These edding markers write with a pigment-based ink. Because of these pigments, the colour is very intense and attains a high coverage on a variety of materials.

Pigments are tiny colour particles distributed evenly throughout the ink. When the marker has been stored for a length of time with the nib facing upwards the tiny colour particles sink to the bottom of the ink tank. When used again the ink may appear faint.

Innovation never stops. Neither do we. Keep up to date with Pryor Marking Technology’s latest developments. 

Pryor Marking Technology designs and manufactures the widest range of permanent marking systems in the world, together with software and barcode readers for component tracking and tracing.

© Pryor 2018 All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos on this website are protected by copyright. | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Terms & Conditions

Your question is not listed here? Then please send us an e-mail at info@edding.com – we will get back to you as soon as possible.

These edding markers write with a pigment-based ink. Because of these pigments, the colour is very intense and attains a high coverage on a variety of materials.

Pigments are tiny colour particles distributed evenly throughout the ink. When the marker has been stored for a length of time with the nib facing upwards the tiny colour particles sink to the bottom of the ink tank. When used again the ink may appear faint.

Innovation never stops. Neither do we. Keep up to date with Pryor Marking Technology’s latest developments. 

Pryor Marking Technology designs and manufactures the widest range of permanent marking systems in the world, together with software and barcode readers for component tracking and tracing.

© Pryor 2018 All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos on this website are protected by copyright. | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Terms & Conditions

Get this from a library! Marking our times : selected works of art from the aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection at the National Gallery of Australia.

01.05.1996  · Marking Our Times : Selected Works of Art from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Collection at the National Gallery of Australia [National Gallery ...

Marking Our Times by National Gallery of Australia (COR)/ Quaill, Avril. Paperback available at Half Price Books® https://www.hpb.com

We see ourselves as cogs within this machine, or as little machines; operating like clockwork, wound up, and now just waiting for the kinetic energy that is loaded up into our bits and pieces to run out so that we expire.

And so I inherit a clock, a clock which hung on the wall still ticking as my gran passed into death, still ticking after her heart stopped, which I can’t help but see as measuring my days. Inheritances are a funny thing, I’ve known my whole life I’d be inheriting ‘the family clock,’ but have not wanted it because to claim it would require the death of the grandparents I loved dearly; first pa, and now gran. A clock that now ticks and tocks, that with careful preservation I too will be able to hand on to another generation of Campbell progeny.

But this clock is not the inheritance I prize most from my gran; the inheritance I most appreciate is one I’ve been enjoying for as long as I remember, it’s more in the realm of the  heritage her life (and pa’s) has created for our family, and the things she has been passing on to our family. A heritage of good news about the world and about death. A heritage that has both her son and daughter in vocational church ministry (and a grandson and granddaughter), and that extends beyond her line of her family tree to her siblings, and her nieces and nephews (and their kids).

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Your question is not listed here? Then please send us an e-mail at info@edding.com – we will get back to you as soon as possible.

These edding markers write with a pigment-based ink. Because of these pigments, the colour is very intense and attains a high coverage on a variety of materials.

Pigments are tiny colour particles distributed evenly throughout the ink. When the marker has been stored for a length of time with the nib facing upwards the tiny colour particles sink to the bottom of the ink tank. When used again the ink may appear faint.


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