I said once before that the Penbbs 323 was an exceptional pen and this incarnation of it is no exception to that rule. This time on the desk in front of me I have an anodized aluminium version with a Penbbs medium nib and because of my love of coffee I chose the Mocha coloured version. Continue reading “The Return Of The Penbbs 323”
It’s been another trip around the sun and that means another year has passed since Terry left us.
I know I will never stop missing Terry and never stop wishing I was waiting for the next book; but this year, at least, we have something new to look forward to. Continue reading “Terry Pratchett Day”
I bought this case on a whim because it was something different; not only does it have space for a collection of pens and accessories if you unzip it and fold the front down it turns into a desktop stationery holder, with the help of a hidden magnet.
So how cool is that? Continue reading “The Pilot Tatemo Multi-Purpose Stationery Case”
Harris Tweed is not the first material that comes to mind when you think about stationery accessories and particularly pen sleeves. So, I was fascinated when I started looking around the Esplanade London store on Etsy, the range of colours alone was quite eye opening; for me I’ve always thought of tweed mostly in terms of greens and browns. The actual range of colours is quite stunning there are purples, pinks, oranges, yellows, blues; in short think of a colour and you’ll probably find it. Continue reading “Esplanade London Harris Tweed Pen Sleeve”
This month I have chosen Herbin’s Bleu Des Profondeurs because I thought it might be nice to have a slightly more formal ink for a change. The sort of ink that would be suitable for use at work or at home or at any point in between. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – March ’19”
I must own up and say when I bought this pen, I wasn’t exactly sure what I was buying but it was very unusual, looked kind of cool, so I thought I have to buy one. Continue reading “Fuliwen’s 015 – The Pocket Lightsaber”
Whilst the road to Hell may be paved with good intentions it seems that even here you need a passport. Continue reading “Passport To Hell”