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October 9, 2013 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Perks

This week's giveaway is a cute and colorful prize pack that will brighten your day! Whether you're in a classroom, office, or at home, you'll find a variety of uses for these three items.


October 9, 2013 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Perks

Thank you to all our readers and fans for participating in the Phone Magnet Accessory Giveaway. We appreciate our community and are excited to give away some of our products!

We randomly selected TEN winners to receive a little red magnet accessory, and here they are:



An interview series featuring notable people whose lives intersect with the world of pens. Alexis Marcou is a commercial illustrator who has produced stunning artwork for clients like Cisco, Nike, and Hewlett-Packard.

"BMW 6 Gran Coupe" from the "BMW Stand" project

Alexis Marcou
Please tell us a little about yourself.

I was born in 1984 in a city called Larisa in Greece, which where I was brought up.

I studied at the College of Art and Design in Plymouth, UK and since then, I have been doing freelance work for a range of clients.



September 30, 2013 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Pics

Here are some of our favorite customer-submitted images for this month!


Pen Pics from Jose

We spotted Jose on Twitter, when he posted a fierce-looking drawing he had done with his Kuretake No. 8 and Pilot Pocket Brush Pens. We asked if he would like to be featured on our site, and he sent us a whole gallery of awesome drawings! We've picked our three favorites below.



An interview series featuring notable people whose lives intersect with the world of pens. Justin is an illustrator who is constantly exploring new mediums of art, from children's books to mobile games.

"Billy and the Lich" by Justin Woo

Justin Woo
Please tell us a little about yourself.

My name is Justin Woo and I'm an illustrator from Montreal, Canada.

I graduated from a post-secondary Illustration and Design program in 2004 and have been working full-time ever since. I worked at a children's publishing company for many, many years before moving on and dipping my foot in the video game industry. I am currently a Senior Artist at a small mobile gaming company.


How did you get into illustration?

I pretty much knew I wanted to pursue a creative career at a very early age. My biggest influences growing up were comics/graphic novels and video games. As a teenager, I always imagined myself working in comics. That never really panned out. However, at the moment I do feel like I am right on the fringes of that particular community.