Marc-Antoine Coulon is recognized as one of the greatest fashion illustrator artists. His style is glamorous, timeless and «sexy». He collaborates with major luxury houses, the French and international press (Vogue, Madame Figaro, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Elle, Transfuge). The softness of his drawings, the virile strength of his pencil lines, his surprisingly precise collages: a recognizable, unique style.
“Nude, a universal base for all skin types and their different colors. Entrusted to the good care of Jacques Herbin, the manufacture of my skin ink Nude is a great and noble adventure for the artist that I am. (…).“ Marc-Antoine COULON
The high quality ink made in France comes in a glass bottle of 50ml.
Established in Paris in 1670 —when King Louis XIV was 32 years old— the Maison Herbin initially specialised in the sealing wax, fine stationery and ink trade, and imported shellac from India.
In 1798 the Maison changed tack and put its faith in the future: whilst continuing to produce wax and engage in the paper and color (pigments) trade, it launched production of its own writing ink on the initiative of Jacques Herbin, member of the fourth generation.