If you love playing with inks, check out our guide to How to Use A Fountain Pen Piston Converter. But what good is all this knowledge if you can’t experience it for yourself? The solution - another JetPens giveaway with the following prizes:
Always innovative and forward-thinking, Lamy’s world famous writing instruments are made of the best quality and design. The Vista fountain pen is molded for your comfort with a clear body that showcases an included cartridge. Swap in the Lamy Fountain Pen Z24 converter and fill it up with your choice of Lamy T52 fountain pen bottled ink to concoct your own unique writing experience.
Enter this giveaway by telling us which color ink you're dying to try out in the comments below.
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Ink is the lifeblood of any fountain pen, and it comes in two forms: a cartridge and a bottle. The cartridge is slimmer and more portable, but lacks the color selection and size of the classic glass bottle. If you want to try strange and wonderful colors like Rouge Hematite and Peacock, or just want to find the ultimate shade of black, you'll probably need a fountain pen converter.
New Products: Uni Hi-Uni Wooden Pencils, Limited Edition Field Notes - America the Beautiful, Limited Edition Zebra Prefill 4 Color Multi Pen Body Components, and more!
June 5, 2013 - Posted by David to Announcements
New products are in!
For all our artists and pencil connoisseurs, here’s some news you've been itching to hear: the Uni Hi-Uni Wooden Pencils can now be purchased individually! Each pencil is handsomely crafted for the best writing experience. A generous layer of burgundy lacquer creates a smooth finish to complement the smooth lead. These luxurious pencils produce rich, dark, and even lines that will keep you coming back for more. Available in 22 different degrees of hardness, pick up the shades you love the most without breaking the bank.
An interview series featuring notable people whose lives intersect with the world of pens. Hailing from the City of Brotherly Love, Greg Pizzoli has won numerous awards for his artwork and shares his wealth of knowledge as a teacher. He just published his first children's book, THE WATERMELON SEED, in May of 2013.
Please tell us about yourself and what you do.
My name is Greg Pizzoli and I live in Philadelphia. These days I think author/illustrator/printmaker is the job description that seems to fit best. I also teach part-time at the college level in both printmaking and illustration. I really enjoy the balance of teaching and working in my studio.
I'm getting married this summer. I'm a cat person.