A blog about pens, paper, and ink from around the world!
January can feel dark and dreary here in the Midwest. Add some color to the winter season with a selection of brightly colored pens, pencils and highlighters!
Caran d'Ache Metal Collection ballpoint pens are recognizable by their hexagonal shape, inspired by Caran d'Ache's classic pencil. They are appreciated for their light body and are equipped with the famous Goliath giant cartridge.
This pen is famous for its compellingly simple design variety of colorful finishes. Caran d'Ache was founded in Geneva in 1915 and remains Switzerland's only manufacturer of pencils, fine arts products and writing instruments. Based in a country that is world famous for its watchmaking and jewelry, it is not surprising that the company has earned an international reputation for products of exceptional quality and beauty.
The Schneider Slider Edge pens pictured above is a capped pen with a triangular shaped barrel. The Viscoglide ink is smoother than gel. The ink dries quickly so that a highlighter can be used without smudging your writing.
Clairefontaine 90 g dot grid paper comes in a variety of colors. Clairefontaine paper has a satin like texture that simply the best paper in the world. This paper is perfect for writing with fountain pens and fountain pen ink.
Koh-i-Noor Magic multicolored pencils have a mix of colored lead. As you write or draw, the pencil color changes. Every time you twist the Magic pencil, the color pattern is different.
Eight bold colors in one amazing pencil: red, blue, brown, orange, yellow, light green, pink, and light blue. 2.0 mm lead diameter produces bold lines of consistent density. Great for highlighting high cotton or linen fiber paper such as bibles, encyclopedias, and dictionaries. Refillable with Pentel CH2 lead. Pentel part number PH158.
Pack of 8 tubes of Pentel Arts 8 color lead for the Pentel 8 color pencil: 1 each of red, blue, brown, orange, yellow, light green, pink, and sky blue. Two leads per tube. 2.0 mm lead diameter produces bold lines of consistent density. Great for highlighting high cotton or linen fiber paper such as bibles, encyclopedias, and dictionaries. Pentel part number 24194.