A plug-and-play writing and drawing machine by Evil Mad Scientist and Lindsay Wilson. The AxiDraw can write or draw precisely on almost any flat surface using most pens and markers, creating a handmade look with perfect accuracy and consistency.
If you’re looking for a pen that never runs out of ink, check out this guy. It’s got a special alloy metal tip and is can write on everyday paper by leaving tiny bits of that alloy on the paper instead of liquid ink. Ink cartridges seem so silly now.
Reflecting on the past 525,600 minutes of your life doesn’t need to be dramatic. Just use this Standard Memorandum Notebook to jot a line or two down each day, and after a year you’ll have something special to muse over in the future.
Want to combine your love of deep space and Dirty Harry? Check out the 4″ Bullet Space Pen. The Fisher Space Pen cartridge is held inside of a lacquered brass .375 caliber bullet. Write upside down, underwater or at stoplights. So versatile.
Etsy seller Cleverhands makes straps with small loops for carrying pens and pencils while wrapped around a book, sketchpad or journal. There’s also a version that carries cellphones.
The blue and orange splatter design case on the Kaligraffiti pen holds an easy flow pen refill that deploys using spray nozzle click top. The signature on your TPS reports will never be the same.
This waterproof notepad works with any pencil. Use it to doodle or make notes while you’re in the shower, outdoors, or even underwater. Each pad has 40 sheets – enough for your manifesto.
The Fjader Pen is a fine choice for written correspondence, with its stand and a clean, modern design that recalls an old timey feather pen â€” in fact, the word fjader means “feather” in Swedish.
Those little reminders you write to pick up toilet paper for yourself just got a little more classy, thanks to the gilded frame that comes with these sticky Masterpiece Notes.