Posts tagged pen
Posts tagged pen
Cavallini & Co traveller’s notebook. My ivory white Sailor Professional Gear clings on to it’s elastic closure band. The Lamy pen-case holds my other precious treasures.
Things I love: “Ogma” pen - Adrian Olabuenaga for MoMA.
Designed exclusively by Adrian Olabuenaga, founder of ACME studios for the Museum of Modern Art, this uniquely shaped pen is attractively slender. It’s striking red top twist mechanism contrasts it’s sleek black barrel and clip, which bears the words MoMA. The iconic pen exudes a subtle, artful charm and is solidly built.
Things I love: “Scale” pen - Shigeru Ban for ACME studios.
Aptly named “Scale”, this ACME pen is designed by acclaimed Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. The three faceted pyramid shaped pen is a beautiful, utilitarian, minimalist art statement built truly ‘to scale’ just like the actual tools which architects use. Featured in prominent stationery and design magazines, this pen costs approximately 100 EUROS.
Lovely photograph of the Limited Edition Pilot M90.
Lamy Noto, Special Edition Version signed by Naoto Fukusawa.
The award winning Japanese designer created this two piece body made out of plastic, with a clip that is sleek and in line with the body. This ensures superb writing comfort and usability.
Words of wisdom.
Soft covered reporter Moleskine and Mont Blanc Meisterstuck Leonard Bernstein “Maria”.
The awesome Lamy 2000.
The Lamy 2000. A legend.
14k gold, platinum plated nib, hooded.
Makrolon reinforced fibreglass composite, stainless steel accents.
Graf von Faber Castell Intuition.
Lovely jet-black resin and an 18k bi-colour nib.
The one piece body, a superb blend of ingenuity and technical mastery.
Rhodium accents, a play of contrasts.