Unveiling the Enhanced Unison Pastel Collection at BradburyART: A Symphony of Color

March 15, 2024
Unveiling the Enhanced Unison Pastel Collection at BradburyART: A Symphony of Color
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At BradburyART, nestled in the heart of Belfast City Centre, we're thrilled to announce an exciting expansion to our beloved Unison pastel collection. Renowned for their rich, vibrant colors and buttery texture, Unison soft pastels have long been a favorite among artists and enthusiasts alike. In this post, we'll dive into the world of these exquisite pastels, explore how they compare to other leading brands like Sennelier, and answer some of your most pressing questions. Plus, we're delighted to share exclusive special offers on our Unison sets—read on to discover more!

Why Unison Soft Pastels?

Unison soft pastels are celebrated for their exceptional quality and craftsmanship. Handmade in England, each pastel stick is a piece of art in itself, crafted to deliver unparalleled consistency and color purity. But what sets Unison apart, and why are they considered among the best in the soft pastel category?

The Unison Difference:

  • Color Brilliance: Unison pastels are known for their vivid and long-lasting colors, offering artists a palette of over 400 shades. Each color is carefully formulated to ensure maximum pigment purity and intensity, allowing for stunning depth and vibrancy in your artwork.
  • Buttery Texture: The unique formulation of Unison pastels provides a creamy, buttery texture, making them incredibly easy to blend and layer. This tactile quality enables artists to create rich, velvety finishes and intricate details with ease.
  • Durability: Despite their softness, Unison pastels maintain a level of firmness that reduces the risk of crumbling or breaking, ensuring your pastels last longer and your art remains impeccable.

Unison vs. Sennelier: A Comparative Glance

While Unison and Sennelier pastels both boast exceptional quality, there are distinct differences that cater to various artist preferences:

  • Texture: Unison pastels offer a creamier, more buttery texture, ideal for blending and layering. Sennelier pastels are also soft but tend towards a slightly firmer consistency, offering precision for detailed work.
  • Color Range: Unison provides a spectrum of over 400 unique colors, each with its own depth and character. Sennelier, known for its extensive palette, offers a wider variety but with differences in texture and formulation.
  • Artist Preference: Choosing between Unison and Sennelier often comes down to personal preference regarding texture, color availability, and working method.

Expanding Our Collection

We're excited to share that our selection of individual Unison pastels has grown, offering even more shades and possibilities for your art. Whether you're seeking the perfect hue for a sunset or the deepest shadow, our expanded range has something for every artist.

Special Offers on Unison Sets

To celebrate our expanded collection, BradburyART is offering special promotions on Unison pastel sets. These curated sets are perfect for artists looking to explore the range of Unison colors or as a thoughtful gift for the creative souls in your life. Visit us in-store to discover these exclusive deals and experience the beauty of Unison pastels firsthand.

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Conclusion: The Best Pastel Brand?

When it comes to choosing the "best" pastel brand, it ultimately depends on the artist's individual needs and preferences. However, with Unison's commitment to quality, color, and texture, it's clear why many consider them a top choice. We invite you to explore the Unison pastel collection at BradburyART—where every color tells a story, and every stroke is a discovery.

Visit BradburyART Today

Dive into the vibrant world of Unison pastels at BradburyART, where art is not just our business—it's our passion. Our knowledgeable team is here to guide you through our extensive selection and help you find the perfect materials for your artistic journey. Join us in celebrating the art of color, and let your creativity soar.

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