KWZ Honey

KWZ ink started with Konrad Zurawski’s interest in improving saturation in one of his ink. This passion has flourished and it has caught the stationery world’s attention with its extensive iron gall line.  The premise of Konrad’s story and ink line reminded me of Organics Studio (I have reviewed its Foggy Bottom, an ink specially made forContinue reading “KWZ Honey”

Ink Review: De Atramentis Gingerbread

Many stationery enthusiasts describe their favorite inks as delectable.  De Atramentis Gingerbread, though unfit for consumption, does trigger olfactory and sennsory responses.  If you like warm and toasty cinnamon scent, this ink will be ideal for you. Interested in getting one?  Head over to Goulet Pens to check out their great selections of De Atramentis inks.

Ink Review: De Atramentis Plum Blue

Sometime I have absolutely no clue on how I encounter some of the ink brands.  De Atramentis, for example, is one I can no longer recall.  I might have seen it on Art Brown International Pen Shop’s website, and searched the brand on the web.  Several elements of ink grasped my attention; one being itContinue reading “Ink Review: De Atramentis Plum Blue”

J. Herbin Scented Ink Part II: Rose Red

At this point  you may ponder, “ink is ink, what is so fascinated about it?”  Just like any other objects, there are stories behind all ink, especially the ones that follow time-tested formula.  Using ink just gives a piece of writing more depth and more thought. This piece is the second part to J. HerbinContinue reading “J. Herbin Scented Ink Part II: Rose Red”

J. Herbin Encres Parfumées Part I– Apple Green

Apparently doing ink review is quite addictive!  I have known the existence of scented ink for sometimes, but I was not sure whether I want to try it out for a good reason:  I am very selective on scent.  Sometime I am overcome by some floral undertone in perfume, so I was a bit worriedContinue reading “J. Herbin Encres Parfumées Part I– Apple Green”