Who knew 50 years ago when Iwata
introduced the HP-C airbrush, it would
start the modern day airbrush revolution?
But it did when famed artists Charlie White,
Dave Willardson and Michael Cacy, in 1981,
switched to the gravity-feed Iwata HP-C
from other brands of side-feed models.
The Iwata HP-C allowed artists who airbrushed
the ability to paint with acrylics which gave
them the versatility they needed because they
could work with both opaque and transparent
colors. Using the HP-C with acrylics completely
changed airbrush technique for these 3 hugely
popular, trailblazing artists in the airbrush industry.
Because of these 3 artists’ influence in the
airbrush industry, the Iwata HP-C became the
main airbrush in all illustration artists’ arsenals.
It was the go-to airbrush to create all the
advertising & fine art graphics before the
advent of computers.
Now you can own a piece of Airbrush History
– the Original Iwata HP-C!
Only 600 hundred of these being sold in the US and 400 in Europe. Each airbrush has the 50th ANNIVERSARY insignia and is numbered 1-1000. Once they are gone they will not be available again so if you want one order it today!