Vintage Office Supply Overdose

My husband’s friend was kind enough to pass along an enormous collection of vintage office supplies from her father and grandfather’s collection. The Denver Post pencil, the fountain pen, ruler and letter opener belonged to her grandfather, Carl P. Stangel, who was an architect in Omaha, NE. Many of the other pieces came from her father…

Ink Drop Reveal for May 2012

Goulet Pens brought out all the “May Flowers” to contrast last month’s “April Showers” with an array of brightly colored and scented inks for this month’s Ink Drop. My favorite is Elderberries from De Atramentis which smells lightly floral-y but makes me want to say “and your mother’s smells of elderberries” every time I see…

Sign it like Neil

A reader recently asked Economy Pens what the best tool would be for a book signing. I remembered reading about the tools used by Neil Gaiman from an article from Netmouse on “Neil-Handling“. I thought I’d quote the writing tools section specifically here but if you’re a fan on Neil, you may be entertained to…

Link Love: All Write, all write!

(Links for images in the collage above are all listed in the links below) Today’s Link Love is all writing instruments! Pencils Links: Turn paper into pencils (via Office Supplies Junkie) Moleskine Highlighter Pencils (via NoteMaker) Gorgeous Vintage Pencils (via Present and Correct) Pen Links: An interview with Michael Gutberlet of Kaweco (via Jet Pens)…