How fine can you go? In a new print ad campaign, Pilot Pens shows how fine their razor point tips can go. The Grey Agency in Barcelona, the ad agency that created the ads, “tattooed” Lego figures using the pens demonstrating just how fine these pens can go. Need to create a fine line? These…
Gorgeous vintage Apsco Midget desk sharpener. (via marthasnail)
Over on Rhodia Drive, the blog for Rhodia brand notebooks, they posed the question, “Do you cover your journal?” They featured this beautiful photo from Biffy Beans. So, do you prefer a journal that you can cover or replace the interior pages or using your notebooks nekkid?
And views from within the Moleskine NY offices too. Moleskine® Wall (by Moleskine ®)
Inside Moleskine Milan Headquarters. More pictures available on Hypebeast.
Wee Bee Zippered Pouch Pencil Case by aewilder Delicately hand-emboridered pencil case. Perfect for protecting your favorite writing tools.
Noodler’s Ink acquired some new-old-stock vintage inks with patriotic labels. The term “V-mail” appeard on the labels which seemed to relate to WWII. So they did a little reverse engineering and created some modern interpretations complete with war-themed names like GI Green, Mandalay maroon and Operation Overlord Orange and Army Air Corp and RAF planes…