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  • Pelikan M205 Aquamarine Fountain Pen Review Did I need a another Pelikan M200? Apparently I did, because as soon as I saw this special edition aquamarine version I bought it. I also stumped up the extra for a gold nib because Pure Pens were doing the upgrade for a fantastic price. (The total price of the pen was not much more ...
  • Applied Pens Streamline Fountain Pen Review Jake Lazzari is a designer based in the UK who makes some very interesting looking pens under the Applied Pens brand. Every part of the Streamline except the nib and converter is made by hand by Jake. The results are striking. Price: £135 Nib options: steel extra-fine, fine, medium or broad; left-handed medium Barrel options: various colour combinations Filling ...
  • Metaxas Stylos Color Fountain Pen Review Metaxas Stylos Color featuredThe Stylos Color is a pen I backed on Kickstarter, designed by a gentleman called Kostas Metaxas. Although, as far as I can tell, it isn’t available to buy anywhere, Kostas has just finished his fourth Kickstarter campaign on a variation of this pen (all but the first one being successful) so there’s a fair ...
  • Visconti Van Gogh Fountain Pen Review Visconti Van Gogh featuredGrail pen is a term that’s used a lot in our neck of the woods: a pen that isn’t easily obtainable due to either cost or scarcity. The Visconti Van Gogh was my grail pen from quite early on in my pen obsession. I loved how it looked and I loved the association with one ...
  • Denik Sketchbook Review Denik are an American company that makes notebooks and sketchbooks in a variety of formats, each featuring original artwork on the cover. They were kind enough to send me this sketchbook to try out. These are my own opinions. Denik use a portion of their profits to fund schools in Laos, Guatemala and Mali. As they ...