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Category Archives: inks
It’s October. The darkness is creeping up on us inch by inch. One of the best countercurses is to use bright yellow-orange-red inks as lanterns. I took out six yellow-orange-red inks and doodled away in the dark October evening. The … Continue reading
Simple, refined beauty from the time fountain pens were cherished tools. Very few adornments – just exquisite shape, materials and attention to function. Both come from, roughly, the same era and were probably made in the mid-1940s and came to … Continue reading