About Point Blank

How it all Started?

It all started with my love of stationery and colors. I would spend hours lost in stationery stores, marveling at all the different markers and highlighters. But I quickly realized that there was a gap in the market for high-quality, aesthetically pleasing markers and highlighters.

So I decided to take matters into my own hands (literally), and Point Blank was born. I scoured the globe, searching for the best and brightest markers and highlighters to bring to my fellow stationery enthusiasts.

For me, I am a creative misfit, stationery hoarder, and color enthusiast who believes that life is too short for boring stationery. I believe that every idea, every thought, and every concept deserves to be highlighted and celebrated in its own unique way.

From hand-picked selection of imported products to the future plans of manufacturing our own products in India, PointBlank is on a mission to make the world a more colorful place, one highlighter at a time.

Why PointBlank?

After hovering around hundred of names, there were two stories that stuck in my head and later inspired me to choose Point Blank as my brand name:

The first story is related to the idea that "point" represents the beginning of any art, and "blank" represents the endless opportunities that follow. When I first started, I wanted to create a name that symbolized the beginning of a creative journey and the infinite possibilities that come with it.

The second story is related to the term's military origins, where "point blank" means to shoot from a very close range. In a similar way, these highlighters are tools that allow artists to get up close and personal with their creative projects. Just as a sharpshooter needs accuracy and precision when firing a weapon at close range, our customers need high-quality tools to get their ideas on paper in the most accurate and precise way possible.

Where are we going?

In our future, my vision is to create a community of thriving artists, those who wants help, and those who want to help, because my sole believe is that art should be accessible to everyone.