TWSBI a company that I have come to love and trust, its fairly new to me and yet so many people seem to know all about it. I was late on the band wagon getting into fountain pens fairly recently myself. The TWSBI 540 fountain pen is a really cool pen. for $50 bucks you can have a pen with a wide range of performance. A pen that clearly outshines other pens similar in looks and writing abilities and stature. I was lucky enough to get a small portion of pens, if you can get your hands on at least one pen next year, make sure you get a TWSBI.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Friday, December 30, 2011
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
The best part of this pen is the looks and the feel of a sleek pen in your hand, the next are probably more important like ink or reliability.
Well its safe to say that there is absolutely no bleed through. It’s also fade-, water- and smear-resistant when dry.
Also the pen is refillable so it saves space in the land fill for the replaceable empty cartridges! For less than $5 bucks its a real winner in any pen circulation.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
|Original Custom Made Desk Organizer Design|
Saturday, November 12, 2011
|The Envy of the inkwells|
Ever since I've been into this hobby I've always wanted to have one or two good inkwells, little did I know I would have several! However, I now have three unique inkwells that work perfectly with the new TWSBI 540 pens and TWSBI ROC 100 pens too.
Within this digital trans-mutational pages of this blog I'm sure if you hadn't already had your eye on this baby, I hope my inspiration and your dark side of your conscience lead you to triumph.
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Here is my Lamy Vista this is my workhorse pen, the pen for now I carry with me in my pocket, in my shirt and everywhere else. I hate getting stuck without a pen, and now that I have my fountain pens, I hate using ... ballpoints. *shivers with disgust* Its durable, functional and affordable ($28)
Monday, September 19, 2011
The Ink of green, the name of misspelling... The Name matches the color perfectly. and as I write, I can just picture what a ripe avacado looks like... This ink has the perfect color, with brown undertones. This ink goes on smooth with no hesitation from my Lamy Vista. The uniqueness of this ink is that it starts bright green, then as it dries turns to a dark green, with hints of brown in the right lighting.