Archive for the ‘Paper’ Category

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Pen, Ink And Paper Links Plus A Picasso

02/24/2021

Fountain pens and other delights…

Picasso Signature

 

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A Few Links To End The Week

02/12/2021

Ink and pens are a lot more entertaining than what passes for news these days. Take a break and enjoy a few articles about pens and such.

From the archives:

 

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Starting Off The Week With A Few Worthy Links

02/01/2021

Still looking without success for a printer/scanner (preferably Canon) under $200 for good quality photo printing. Inventory is stunningly low and prices are very high, the principle of supply and demand being fully in play. Regardless, a few articles turned up that are worth sharing with you.

Doodles from the archives.

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Friday Links And Clever Spy Pens

07/17/2020

Despite the temptation to think that lockdown days are all alike, retaining optimism for the coming weekend adds a little spiciness to Saturday and Sunday. A few pen links should start things off right.

From the archives:

Five years on, this passport cover continues to have a place in my life. It is no longer available but there are several at Amazon that might entice me to add a second notebook to my writing routine. The Traveler’s Notebooks tucked inside are good with fountain pen ink, Uniball-Signos, graphite as well as a variety of felt tips and gel pens. The paper is thin but will tolerate a light wash of watercolor. In other words, I can use any tool on my desk. Having no restrictions suits me just fine.

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A Dozen Distractions From The Pen World And Beyond

06/04/2020

An odd mix of things that provided much-appreciated distraction this past week…

Five years on, I still love this duo.

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Writing Gear Links

05/11/2020

Fountain pens and other good stuff…

From the archives.

 

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Pen Links That Banish Boredom

04/16/2020

Are you staying busy? Not a problem for me. My wish list has grown dramatically thanks to so much free time. Paper in particular has my interest so the massive list from Fountain Pen Love is getting a second look. After all, what good are fab pens and inks if they don’t have a proper playground?

This may be from the archives but a Platinum pen never goes out of style.

 

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