Benjamin Moore paints his brush brushes in his shop in St Andrews, Scotland, on September 24, 2017.
The Scottish artist is known for using handcrafted materials to create paintings, sculptures and other work.
But one of his brushes is still his favorite.
“I like this brush,” he said.
“It’s very beautiful, so I think I’ll keep it.”
When it comes to painting his brushes, the artist’s favourite is a small, yellow-green variety called Waverly.
It has a long, straight, pointed tip and the consistency of wet sponge.
“The colour is quite a bit different, but the colour is very similar to a yellow paintbrush,” he explained.
“I love this one, it’s just a bit lighter.
It’s a nice colour for me, and I love this little brush.
You can see it’s quite small, and it’s easy to clean.”
He’s also got a yellow-blue variety called Benjamin, which he says has a more traditional feel to it.
Its shape and size suggest a paintbrush and it has a shorter, more slender tip than the Waverlys.
“Its quite similar to the Waserly,” he added.
“It has a little bit of a darker colour, and its like a black paintbrush.”
He says he would love to buy a Ben Benjamin, but he’s happy to leave it to his muse.
“He is a great artist,” Moore said.
“There are so many great artists who have inspired me.
He is just so very special.”