I love to watch someone write with a fountain pen. It tickles my neck to hear the strokes and see the trail it leaves. This video, however, shows a fountain pen writing a little differently. It's writing with water. It's like magic seeing the ink of the fountain pen instantly flow through the capillaries of the water.
Admit it, you like those inexpensive restaurants where they use paper tablecloths and servers write their names upside down with crayons. Why? Because you love to doodle (and you love crayons). If only you could combine your passion for food and drink with your passion for doodling in one simple device. Enter the…
In an age of e-books and e-paper, it's nice to find someone going back to flesh-and-blood traditions. Like Bob Partington, who has designed a beautiful fountain pen with a Buffy-ish twist: it uses a syringe full of your
latest victim's blood for ink. Seeing it in action goes from "eeek" to "I think I'm going to faint":
Father's Day is just a couple of days away, so here's an idea for that sporty dad: How about a limited-edition Ferrari pen by Montegrappa, available as a fountain pen, rollerball or capped ballpoint?