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January 15, 2014 - Posted by Elaine to Pen Perks

In our "Memo Pads and Other Pocket Picks" article, we shared some popular pairings for pocketable JetPens products. If we've piqued your curiosity with our pen and paper preferences (phew, that's a lot of P's!), now you have a chance to win some for yourself!

Three lucky winners will each receive the following:

Read on for more information on these products, and how to enter the giveaway!

New products are in!

We have a nice round of new products for you! Today is all about classic and cool designs for pens, pen cases, and notebooks. We're also itching to try our hands at calligraphy with some of our new brush pens and new metallic calligraphy pens! Keep reading to see which products caught our eye.

January 14, 2014 - Posted by Miriam to Guides, Journals / Notebooks

Here at Jetpens, we have a soft spot for the memo pad and its casual, free form. It's there for you to jot down notes, observations, and ideas from those bouts of inspiration that come at any which time. Convenience, accessibility, and portability are what memo pads are all about.

Last year, we did a piece on the whys and wherefores of pocket notebooks and introduced some of our favorite ones. Today we want to follow up with a companion article and some fresh picks!

An interview series featuring notable people whose lives intersect with the world of pens. Arlen Dean is an artist from Sonoma County, California who takes pen perfection to the next level with his intricate artwork.

Arlen Dean
Please tell us a little about yourself.

My name is Arlen Dean, I am a 31-year old freelance artist and illustrator living in Sonoma County, California.

My work ranges from large canvas or poster board drawings, to exquisitely detailed ink works that I have to produce with the use of a microscope. Some of my other work involves hand drawing using a digital tablet, but in general I use traditional pen and ink more often.

I love creating detailed patterns and abstract line drawings, and I enjoy the process of careful design work.

The holidays are over, the gifts are unwrapped, and everyone’s gone home. Now what?

We’re not ready to let go of the holidays quite yet. To keep the holiday spirit alive, we’re writing Thank You cards for the gifts we received over the holiday season! Show how much you appreciate the time and care put into your gift by incorporating it into a Thank You card. Here’s one neat way to do just that.