The simple Prismacolor Art Stix interactive colour chart below will help you to quickly sort and search this range of now discontinued 48 woodless coloured pencils.
No more searching through the box trying to find out the pencil details. Use this handy online tool to find each woodless pencil’s name, pencil number and lightfast rating. Also see a colour swatch for each coloured pencil.
Our blog post provides a closer look at the discontinued Prismacolor Art Stix colour family colours and neutral colours. This dynamic colour chart will help you quickly find the coloured pencil you need for your art and craft projects.
The Art Stix have no identifying marks on them. A comparison between the Prismacolor Art Stix and Prismacolor Premier pencils was used to find the colour name and number.
You’ll find this simple Art Stix interactive colour chart helpful as you can find a pencil’s detail without having to physically search through your pencils, or your colour charts. It will be a great time saver for you. Use the chart below to find the information you need in a flash.
Or, if you want to see more information than the simple chart below, join our email list and you can access an interactive colour chart that lists the pencils according to their colour wheel colour families. Click the image below to access.
Prismacolor Art Stix Interactive Colour Chart – Slim
Prismacolor Art Stix lightfast ratings (LF) are shown as:
1= I, 2=II, 3=III, 4=IV and 5=V
The lowest lightfast rating is 5 and the highest lightfast rating is 1.
The search button on the top right hand side above the table is the global search button and it searches all columns within the table. The search bar above each column searches for information within that column.
When searching for information, first use the global search button. Then use the column searches to refine your search.
Hint: Remove all data from the search boxes to return to the full colour chart.
All columns are searchable.
This post was originally published on 5 February 2020. It was updated on August 16, 2021 and last updated on 6 May 2022.