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This week, be prepared for cuteness! We are happy to introduce new pen cases and coin cases in a range of colors and designs. Also, a new take on a classic is sure to please. Read on to find out more!


Miyamoto Collection Komon Pen Cases

Made in Japan, the Komon pen cases from the Miyamoto Collection are cute and stylish cases for your everyday use. Careful attention and quality can be seen in the materials, from the double layers of 100% cotton cloth to the hardware details. The case has a matching bronzed metal zipper and ring, onto which you can attach a strap or keychain to personalize it. Choose from eleven charming patterns -- like buttons, robots, or roses -- all printed in lovely, muted color palettes.


September 25, 2013 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Perks

We're sure you guys have heard all the talk around Apple's new iPhone models AND the release of iOS 7! To celebrate this occasion, we're holding a giveaway of a fun mobile gadget. Whether you have the brand new model or you're still holding on to an older one, this little prize is a great sidekick for your phone.


September 19, 2013 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Perks

Thank you to all our fans for participating in our Back to School Pen Case + Pens Giveaway. We appreciate our community and are excited to give away some of our products!

Here is our randomly selected winner of the Back to School Pen Case + Pens Giveaway:



An interview series featuring notable people whose lives intersect with the world of pens. Veronika simply started doodling while studying one day, and her creative illustrations are now helping other students learn the best of the English language.

Veronika Hecko Wu
Please tell us a little about yourself.

My name is Veronika Hecko Wu and I am the illustrator and designer behind Lexigrams, a fun visual approach to learning English vocabulary.

I grew up in Slovakia surrounded by words. The patriarch of our family was my grandfather, a translator who was always playing word games -- usually in multiple languages at the same time.






An interview series featuring notable people whose lives intersect with the world of pens. We got the opportunity to chat with Emily Drouin, an illustrator and writer with a passion for great storytelling.

EPLIS by Emily Drouin

Emily Drouin
Please tell us a little about yourself.

Hi, my name is Emily Drouin and I’m an illustrator, painter, writer, and comic book artist from Manchester, New Hampshire.


How did you become a comic artist?

I started taking art classes at the Currier Gallery of Art School when I was 5 years old, and have been drawing and painting ever since!

Growing up, art class and the library were my two favorite places to be. I’ve always had an active imagination, and been inspired by the worlds that are created through reading books. Some of my favorite children’s books were Matilda, Jumanji, Amelia Bedelia, Grimm’s Fairy Tales, and Strega Nona, and I believe these definitely had an impact on my art.