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Pencil Dice Is A Pencil And Dice Rolled Into One, But Don’t Ask Why

When we were young we were taught that rough handling of any regular lead pencil will result in the lead inside to be broken. With this in mind, you probably wouldn’t throw it like a dice, or perhaps, wouldn’t even roll it. Or maybe you will be compelled to do so if you have the Pencil Dice by Sebastian Bergne. Pencil Dice is essentially a regular six-sided pencil. You know. The hexagonal cross-section pencil made of soft wood that has a long stick of lead embedded in its core? Continue reading Pencil Dice Is A Pencil And Dice Rolled Into One, But Don’t Ask Why

Not Everyone Needs A Pencil, But If You Need One, Grafton May Just Be It

In this digital age, the relevance of pencil seems so, well, irrelevant. I conclude that there are two broad categories of people who still choose pencil over digital devices. First, is those who appreciate “hand art” and the second, those who simply can’t accept technology. I can’t help it if you belong to the latter, but if you are the former, it is safe to assume you are a person who appreciate style and functionality, and believe that both can coexists even and if so, I think Everyman Grafton Mechanical Pencil might just be the pencil missing in your life. Continue reading Not Everyone Needs A Pencil, But If You Need One, Grafton May Just Be It

This Pencil Is So Dope That You Don’t Need To Write To Want To Own One

In this digital age, I find myself less dependent on traditional writing instrument. TBH, I can’t even locate a notebook in my productivity stash. Nearly everything has gone digital for me. However, if this digital revolution, which has been going on for years now, has not catch on with you, then it is safe to assume that you are also one who appreciate a good crafted mechanical pencil. If so, you may want to check out the Minimal Mechanical Pencil 2.0 by Modern Fuel Design. Continue reading This Pencil Is So Dope That You Don’t Need To Write To Want To Own One

Karl Lagerfeld x Faber-Castell $3,000 Color Pencil Set Is Not For All Artists

Karlbox is a special creation by pony-tail wearing fashion legend, 83-year-old Karl Lagerfeld for Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and it is actually quite ironic because Karlbox actually contains 350 items of drawing paraphernalia which is no doubt geared towards a person who do art and as we all know, most artists are not well off – certainly not as well to do to splurge a cool $2,850 for the Karlbox. Yep. That’s right. Nearly 3 grand for a bunch of pencils, markers, charcoals, and watercolor brushes – all arranged neatly in accordance to their color and contained in this beautiful black lacquered beech wood cabinet that opens like some makeup artist box. Continue reading Karl Lagerfeld x Faber-Castell $3,000 Color Pencil Set Is Not For All Artists

Ystudio Wants You to Feel the Joy of Writing Again with These Pure Copper and Brass Writing Instruments

There are really nothing much to write about writing instruments unless they are carved out of gold, embellished with pen load of gems, and they command an astronomical price. The Ystudio Copper and Brass Writing Instruments you see here is not cast of precious metal, neither are they loaded with rare stones. While we can’t say they are cheap, they are certainly not in the ridiculous price range. So what are they? They are just some ridiculously good looking pens and pencil that wants you to feel the joy of old school writing again. There are five flavors to choose from: two variety of rollerball pen, a ballpoint pen, a mechanical pencil and a sketching pen. All the writing instruments share a common design language: a minimalistic hexagonal body that does without clip and are made out of brass, along with some copper and phosphor bronze. Continue reading Ystudio Wants You to Feel the Joy of Writing Again with These Pure Copper and Brass Writing Instruments

This Beautiful Mechanical Pencil Is Also A Stylus On The Same End

at this day and age, we hardly touch a stylus (it feels so Palm Pilot), let alone a mechanical pencil, but that does not mean they don’t have their uses. speaking of which, if you doodle quite a bit on both paper and tablet, the rOtring 800+ Mechanical Pencil + Stylus Hybrid will shave one less thing for you to carry. writing instrument and stylus combo is, of course, not the newest new, but long time German writing instrument maker rOtring’s 800+ does come with a new twist – literally. leveraging on the firm’s expertise in mechanical pencil, rOtring created a beautiful mechanical pencil with a unique “twist and click” retractable mechanism, allowing you to switch between a mechanical pencil and a stylus easily. on the mechanical pencil aspect, it has a brass mechanism “for precision lead advancement” and a fixed lead guidance sleeve that prevents breakage and offer unblock view when using with ruler. Continue reading This Beautiful Mechanical Pencil Is Also A Stylus On The Same End

Graf von Faber-Castell Perfect Pencil

Graf von Faber-Castell Perfect Pencil
Graf von Faber-Castell Perfect Pencil | US$260.00 | www.fabercastell.com

you already paid top dollars for a roller pen, why not do the same for pencil? well, that’s assuming that you still have the need for one. but there are a few ‘issues’ associated with a traditional pencil: first, we hate the unavoidable chore of sharpening these age-old writing instrument cos’ we can never seem to locate our pencil sharpener when we needed one; second, even if we did manage to sharpened it, the pointed tip never fails to marred our beautiful stationery case’s interior or worst, put a hole through them; and third, it tend to get lost in our huge bag when it is not in the pencil case. Continue reading Graf von Faber-Castell Perfect Pencil