A new product has been launched, ideal for adults that want to release their creative spark whilst at the same time relaxing.

Gone are the days when you relaxed with a cup of tea and a biscuit and new brand Little Brian is offering adults everywhere the chance to add a splash of colour to their lives with its new product Paint Sticks, thanks to the adult colouring craze that has swept the nation in recent months.

Paint Sticks provide a clean and convenient way to paint with no need for water or the mess that comes with it. The solid paint sticks twist up and down, like a glue stick, and allow vivid colours to be transferred directly onto surfaces like canvas, wood, paper, card and even glass and dry within minutes.

Sessions of colouring in and painting have fast become a guilty pleasure for both men and women and surveys have shown that colouring can boost people’s mental health as well as ease insomnia, anxiety and depression and Little Brian Paint Sticks are the perfect accessory to accompany this growing trend.

Lara Alcock, Sales Director at Little Brian said: “Here at Little Brian we’re very proud to launch such a great product like Paint Sticks and feel it’s the right direction for the brand to be heading in.

“Paint Sticks are perfect for all ages and with the recent rise in the adult colouring trend, adults can continue to release their creativity and create master pieces without the mess and fuss that painting can cause. It really is incredible what people can create and how they feel afterwards.”

Little Brian Paint Sticks are also extremely versatile and a range of different techniques can be used which include blending, stamping and the art of scraperboard, perfect for artists of all talent and ability. Paint Sticks are available in strong, classic colours in either a pack of six or 12 for an RRP of £4.99 and £7.49 respectively from Amazon.

Little Brian is a new brand that has been launched by well-known and trusted art supplier Brian Clegg which manufactures art and craft products and metal toys into the educational and retail markets.