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New Products: Vintage Fountain Pens, Beautiful Inks, Bright Ballpoint and Multi Pens, Everyday Carry, and More!
June 18, 2014 - Posted by Miriam to Announcements
New products are in!
This week's batch of new arrivals is all about being inspired by your surroundings. From vintage-inspired fountain pens to inks that reflect the four seasons to notebooks that were dreamed up in a garage, these products have a great story to tell.
June 6, 2014 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Perks
For many kids, some of the fondest childhood memories involve tossing a baseball around with Dad on a warm weekend afternoon. You can carry on this timeless tradition over summer with this prize! A Drive into the Gap is a wonderful true story that will inspire you to take a trip out to the next ball game. Don't forget to bring along your Field Notes book and fountain pen to write down scores.
June 4, 2014 - Posted by Miriam to Announcements
New products are in!
From colorful inks to fountain pens to lettering guides, we're bringing you everything you need to create beautiful handwriting in this week's new arrivals. Keep reading to see our favorites!
Let's kick off the summer with our very first Pinterest giveaway! One lucky winner will win some of our travel essentials, perfect for taking on summer trips. Keep reading to find out how to enter.
May 30, 2014 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Pals Interviews
An interview series featuring notable people whose lives intersect with the world of pens. Schin Loong is a fantasy illustrator who produces stunning calligraphy on the side.
Please tell us a little about yourself.
My name is Schin Loong, I am originally from Malaysia and am currently living in Nevada, US. I work as a graphic artist and illustrator by day, and by night I am a calligrapher.
How did you get into calligraphy?
I discovered flourished birds and ornamental Spencerian penmanship and was blown away by their elegance and beauty, amazed that they were all done by hand in minutes. I vowed to be able to do the same... eventually.
A couple years later, I have barely scratched the surface of what the masters can do. Give me another 50-60 years, I'll get it by then...