What do Bugs Bunny, Lennie Small, Holly Golightly, and Lolita have in common? They were all brought to life by the legendary creatives of the 1940's and 1950's who wielded the now legendary Blackwing pencil! From John Steinbeck, Quincy Jones, Sondheim & Bernstein, Nabokov, and Chuck 'what's up doc’ Jones to modern day artists, architects and musicians - frankly anyone...

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Pilot Iroshizuku inks are an homage to the Japanese history and culture from which the company came. With the company inviting you to “ draw your inspiration from natures breath and allow iroshizuku inks to take you on a poetic journey” it’s clear to see that the art of writing is alive and well in the heart of the developers...

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Modesty is the name of the game when it comes to TWSBI…but you only have to take a cursory dive into the internet and online reviews of TWSBI pens to see that these little gems pack a punch. Being known predominantly for their fountain pens and all-metal drafting pencils, simple but effective design thrives across these understated writing instruments. TWSBI...

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We undoubtedly live in an age of digital experiences, faced with an endless stream of information leading to an existence of over-stimulation. This, when paired with an ever increasing pressure for a set version of ‘productivity’ within the workplace (much like a cheap bottle of plonk) can only lead to the physical and metaphorical headache many of us are all...

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This one goes out to all the PENthusiast-cum-historians! Many of us have come across the rich and dynamic histories of the luxury pen powerhouses. From Parker in 1888’s Wisconsin; Rhode Island's Cross, created in 1846; Mont Blanc, established in 1906 in Hamburg; the Italian stallion that is Montegrappa - founded in 1912; and the Swiss Caran d’Ache joining the ranks...

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