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Review: J. Herbin Lierre Sauvage

Review: J. Herbin Lierre Sauvage

It’s cold and covered in snow outside, so let’s talk about something green. How about J. Herbin Lierre Sauvage fountain pen ink, which means “Wild Ivy” in French. I’m usually not a big fan of green inks as I can’t seem to find a...
Review: Palomino Blackwing 1138

Review: Palomino Blackwing 1138

Third up in the Palomino Volumes collection is the Blacking 1138. It’s easily Palomino’s most unique release to date and is one most people seem to love or hate. Its design and name is a tribute to science fiction films, and even if you’re not into...
Review: Noodler’s Dragon’s Napalm Ink

Review: Noodler’s Dragon’s Napalm Ink

Let’s check out a review of an interesting fountain pen ink, Noodler’s Dragon’s Napalm. It’s a fluorescent, highly saturated, and very vibrant red ink. There isn’t really any shading, but heavier areas dry to more of a sepia tone and when...
Review: Kaweco Midnight Blue Ink

Review: Kaweco Midnight Blue Ink

Today, I want to share with you a review of one of my new favorite inks, Kaweco Midnight Blue. I’ve been using it regularly since we began carrying it a couple of months ago and it’s been ultra reliable for long writing sessions while providing just enough...
Review: Field Notes 56-Week Planner

Review: Field Notes 56-Week Planner

In the winter of 2014, Field Notes released the Ambition edition. Within that three-pack of pocket-size memobooks was a beautiful, simple, and useful 56-week datebook. The edition quickly sold out and now that almost a year has passed, many have began looking for...
Review: Palomino Blackwing Volume 211

Review: Palomino Blackwing Volume 211

Palomino recently released their second Volumes edition Blackwing, the 211. I didn’t anticipate their sell-out occurring so soon, but I still wanted to get the review in before they were all gone. The 211 was designed with noted environmentalist and key figure...

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