There they are.
Click any picture in this post to see the full-size version. These are all iPhone photos – decent quality, but not perfect.
Going to try to let the photos do the talking here and come back another time with detailed images. You all must be tired of reading my posts about the LA Pen Show, but, dude, it was massive.
And we’re off . . .
Following is the pen that Susan Wirth recommended for Mr. Pentulant. I love this pen. I’m going to have to find a way to convince Mr. Pentulant to transfer ownership to me. 😉
A peek at the marking on the pen above . . .
Susan Wirth proclaimed, “You are an italics waiting to happen, Number Five!” As I mentioned yesterday, I tried a bunch of pens with italics ends and ended up falling in (almost) love with fantastic pen, but the price was more than I wanted to spend. Blech.
No worries, I didn’t walk away empty-handed. Check it out . . .
The next item is from Franklin-Christoph. If you’ve never shopped there, you should. I love their high quality and impressive customer service. I have had nothing but good experiences with them and their items are very thoughtfully designed.
Annnnd this pen is also from Franklin-Christoph. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen that I have the little sister of this pen and love it. This one is equally cool. (This is the clipless version.)
Onward . . .
The twins . . . Mr. Pentulant found the next pen for himself. I ended up with pen envy and made him run off and find one for me, too . . .
The triplets . . . I have no excuse.
And that’s it!
All lined up . . .
A roundup of all of my LA Pen Show posts just in case you missed them . . .
LA Pen Show 2014 – General Overview – Part 1
LA Pen Show 2014 – General Overview – Part 2
LA Pen Show 2014 – Susan Wirth
The time to enter my Pilot-Iroshizuku ink giveaway has ended. I’ll be back on Monday to announce a winner!
Have a great weekend.