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perpetual function born 1980: Lamy Safari

Lamy is a quite special brand in the penworld. German based, dedicated to the economic ideals of Bauhaus¬†– simplicity, function, quality – and doesn’t aim to the blingy high brow market – but nevertheless focus on original design and function. … Continue reading

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nib choices – now and then

Buying the Lamy 27 – which happened to have a medium oblique nib – made me fall in love with this kind of streamlined design from the sixties and the oblique that it was equipped with. An stubbish/italic kind of … Continue reading

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