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Once we introduced Gravity Black to the art community, we realized that artist paint manufacturers have not taken advantage of the last twenty years of advancements in materials science and nanotechnology. NanoLab does not grind up rocks to make pigments. We use advanced particle synthesis and dispersion techniques to generate unique art materials that will outperform, impress and help your projects reach the next level, while being compatible with other paints.

MorganTM White, What is it?
Morgan White is a new white, formulated from a lab-synthesized particle with exceptionally flat response across the spectrum. It will not hue your paints, they simply lighten or darken what is present in the color you are blending. Morgan White is a premium, matte acrylic paint, but with NanoLab's nanotechnology based fillers/pigments. This pigment is in a flake form, with nanoscale thickness. This lets it glide smoothly and behave as a clean, untinted background for anything mixed with it. It will be dry-to the-touch in several hours. Morgan White is extremely light fast- as a stable, inorganic nanostructure, it is archival. It will not degrade.

MorganTM White, How White is it?
Morgan is engineered to be flat across the visible spectrum. In the plot below, Morganís spectrum is compared to another popular white acrylic paint. It should make you ask, 'Where did the Indi-go?" The Titanium dioxide (in nearly all other white paints) is a strong absorber at short wavelengths- it hues your colors towards a cooler palette when you blend with it.

MorganTM White Is it glossy or matte?
From a painterís perspective, Morgan White is extremely color neutral; it can be blended with other paints without causing a hue change.
With respect to glare, Morgan White produces a matte finish, as shown below. We blended Golden's Titanium White, and Morgan White with a series of acrylic paints, at various concentrations.
Below, each color is blended with Golden's Titanium White on the left, and then blended with Morgan White on the right. There is a pronounced hue change in the greys and cool colors, where the Titanium White lets you down.
NanoLab is working with ACMI to obtain LHAMA approvals for Morgan White In the meantime, customers are advised that this material is experimental, and to follow instructions in the safety data sheets provided. Coming Soon: We will be offering Morgan White Acrylic paint in 2 sizes: 37ml, &160ml,