Turbo Dork Box Wine
The bag in a box wine was invented in 1965 in Australia. At that time much of the world turned up its nose at the idea and labeled it “cheap”.
However, Box Wine, the paint, is anything but. Over a black primer, it brings a deep, red color reminiscent of a fine Burgundy to the party at much less the cost.
Turbo Dork paints are made of a mixture of pigments suspended in an acrylic medium plus additives that make them fast-drying, water-soluble when wet, and water-resistant when dry. The Metallics contain pigments and small mica flakes that create a sparkling effect on the paint surface making it look like metal.
Formulated for airbrush use, but may also be hand brushed.