Ink Review: Sailor’s Sailor

Ink Review: Sailor’s Sailor

By Jessica Coles Rejoice, blue ink lovers! The newest ink from Sailor, named Sailor’s Sailor, is a beautiful deep blue ink made to celebrate the ink blender Osamu Ishimaru and the 15 years he has been hosting Ink Blending events while dressed as a bartender to emphasize the individuality of each ink. Sailor’s Sailor is…

12 Days of Inkmas: Day 12 – Sailor Studio 264

12 Days of Inkmas: Day 12 – Sailor Studio 264

By Jessica Coles I have written several posts about the beautiful Sailor Studio inks over the past few months. These tiny bottles pack so much color inside, plus there are 100 inks in the line! These inks are incredibly fun to collect as well – the minimal packaging and color-coded labels look great lined up…

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 670

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 670

Great news! Now everyone who hates using a phone to order Sailor Studio inks is now free to order the same inks online! No more talking to people or refraining from a purchase because you have lost your voice. This also helps the middle of the night ink cravings – no need to wait until…

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 237

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 237

By Jessica Coles Sailor Studio has 100 inks in their lineup – plenty of space to explore various nooks and crannies of ink properties that are not usually present in commercially available inks. Because of this freedom, Sailor has created many distinct inks in the Studio line and 237 is one of them. Dromgoole’s is the…

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 442

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 442

By Jessica Coles The Colorado Pen Show took place only a few days ago and I was very happy to see the Dromgoole’s table at the show. In fact, I was often seen browsing through the large ink shelves they had set up. One ink that was sadly missing from the shelves was Sailor Studio since…

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 130

Ink Review: Sailor Studio 130

By Jessica Coles This review covers Sailor Studio 130 ($18 for 20mL at Dromgoole’s). In the Sailor Studio lineup, the first number indicates the saturation level of the ink. Even though this ink is the lowest saturation level of the group, I had no problem at all reading anything written with it. At first glance, Sailor…