here is the updated Gelli Arts information about their Gelli Plates:
Gelli Arts confirmed that the Gelli Plates are still vegan-friendly and are still cruelty-free, staying the same as four years ago.
Four years ago, the statement was that Gelli Arts is cruelty-free, they don’t test on animals and don’t commission any other parties to do so. Materials used in the Gelli Plates are free of animal testing. Gelli plates are free of animal derivatives.
Source: mail contact
Gelli Arts website
Here is my information sheet, I send out to all companies.
I have sent out more enquiries to companies, concerning updating their profile on here;because they brought out new products . There are also companies I have written to for the first time.
Here is the lot of them:
- I wrote to Faber-Castell about their brushes (update), their new neon markers and their new white-as-snow marker and their blackout marker.
You find a list of Faber-Castell’s products here.
- I wrote to Etchr (Etchr Lab) for the first time
- I wrote again to Mon Marte
- I wrote to Gelli Arts for an update
- I wrote to Léonard (brush manufacturer) because they brought out brush sets labelled “vegan”
- to Coliro (Finetec Pearlcolors) for an update
- to da Vinci (Defet; brush manufacturer) for an update
I think those are all at the moment that I’ve written.
Although I am working my way through updating all my entries (please bear in mind that if I didn’t attach any date to an entry in the compendium, the information could reach back as far as 2017), I am open to hearing from you any companies you want me to write to. I’ll put them first. I know what time of year it is and if you are looking present-wise for your wishlist or someone else, or just because you need to let out your creativity, tell me about the company (maybe mention what product range as well, if they offer many); of course we need also to factor in the time it can take a company to reply. So the sooner, the better.
You reach me here firstname.lastname@example.org