To complement our Wink clear dry-erase coating, we are introducing four write-and-erase wallcoverings designed to help stimulate engagement and collaboration in the new workplace. Ideal for smaller projects and those requiring additonal functionality, these wallcoverings are easy to install and ready to use in just 24–48 hours.
Wink has proven its superior performance by providing dry-erase surfaces in millions of square feet of installations. Schools and colleges, healthcare facilities, retail environments, and high-profile organizations have all benefited from convenient, cost-effective, sustainable Wink coating. Ideal for large projects and those where designers want to maintain the aesthetics of an interior, the clear dry-erase coating can be applied to a variety of smooth surfaces.Request Wink Sample
Whether you’re looking to integrate a collaborative space into your interior design plan, or need to quickly create an area for people to share and present ideas, there’s a Wink dry-erase product to help you meet your objective.
High quality dry-erase surface that is easy to install and ready to use in just 24 hours.
Low sheen dry-erase wallcovering that can transform a wall into a projectable surface.
Adds strong magnetic capability to a non-ghosting, high gloss dry-erase surface.
Combines dry-erase, projection, and magnetic functionality in one easy to install wallcovering.
1 can Part A, 1 mini container Part B, for covering up to 50 square feet.
1 can Part A, 1 standard container Part B, for covering up to 100 square feet.
1 pail Part A, 2 standard containers Part B, for covering up to 200 square feet.
An introduction to Scribe, Projection, Magnetic, and Complete—our new line of dry-erase wallcoverings.
Overview and application tips for applying Wink clear dry-erase coating.
To celebrate the act of drawing—and erasing—Wolf-Gordon commissioned British artist Charlotte Mann to render a large-scale drawing on Wink, clear dry-erase coating.
To promote Wink at the 2013 International Contemporary Furniture Fair, Wolf-Gordon created a booth based on the "Exquisite Corpse" game originated by the Surrealists of the 1920's.