Category Archives: conway stewart

muji spiral bound note pad – great paper for a good price

Click on pics to view them in bigger size. Muji is somewhat similar to Pilot in its focus on functional quality without unnecessary bling. Their gel pens belongs to my favourites – cheap, reliable and with a clean, functional aesthetic … Continue reading

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iron in writing: rohrer & klingner salix iron gall ink

I can’t really tell why I am so fond of iron gall ink. It might be that it is made from iron and I am from a country rich of iron and there is houses painted in iron oxide and … Continue reading

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