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Here are some of our favorite customer-submitted images from the past two months! Our amazing community submitted photos of their hauls, project, and stunning illustrations to our social media sites, and these are our top picks. Read on to see all these fabulous submissions, and check out which JetPens products they used to make them!
Eric was excited to share his art with us on our Facebook page, and sent over a bunch of art! His works range from retro-inspired space travel prints, to these sepia-toned pieces inspired by vintage cityscapes. You can check out more of his art on his portfolio, ERosner.com.
Faustine was testing out some of her art supplies, and made two handy charts for reference! One is the ultimate showdown of two popular liner pens, in which she compares the Staedtler Triplus Fineliners to the Stabilo Point 88 Fineliners. The other is a demo of the Aquash waterbrush, and how it performs with watercolor pencils. Very helpful charts for any artist!
Barbi shared this snapshot of arts and crafts night with her kids! Crafts are always a great way to get creativity flowing on a quiet night in with the family. She crafted these cute greeting cards with the help of a puffy paint pen, which is how she got that fun texture!
Maia tagged us on Instagram to show us her beautiful calligraphy. Using nibs and nib holders from JetPens, along with Higgins black ink and Pelikan white ink, she creates gorgeous hand lettering every single day. You can see more works from her ongoing project over on her Instagram, as well as on her Tumblr blog, Lettering Daily!
Anne is one of our Twitter followers, and she loves everything about good old-fashioned mail! Of course, sending mail is more fun with new stationery supplies, and she definitely had one of the most awesome hauls of the month. Check out what she picked up from our site, and if you're also a huge mail art fan then be sure to hit her up on Twitter @LetterLoveBlog.
We spotted Dwayne on Instagram, where he shared these sketches of a futuristic flying motorcycle! Using markers and a fine-tipped pen, he is able to add minute detail to his machines. You can almost hear the roar of the engine in these drawings! For more, check out his Instagram and his website, Future Elements
Thanks for sharing these pictures with us!
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