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The Aleatoric Series
From the record label-meets-art house Ghostly International comes a collaboration between abstract artists Michael Cina and Matt Shlian. The limited edition series contains works on paper that bring together the divergent styles of the two artists...
DESIGN
Liliput
Named for the diminutive island dwellers of Gulliver's Travels, Liliput is a petite new pen from heritage German pen-maker Kaweco. True to its name, the pen measures only 3.8 inches when closed, expanding to five when posed for writing. At first...
DESIGN
Thread Wizard
Passing her needle through cloth instead of skin, Ontario-based artist Ursula Thompson creates tiny sewn canvases inspired by classic tattoo designs. The self-taught Canadian "Thread Wizard" hand embroiders bright red roses, ships, anchors and skulls...
DESIGN
Tom Sachs x Krink
Like most artists, Tom Sachs is very exacting of his tools. He does a lot of tagging and signing as part of his work and is very particular about the pens he uses, even selling a personalized Sharpie from his website. As part of an exchange with...
DESIGN
The Pantone Plus Series
Defining the pigments of the imagination for almost 50 years, Pantone sets industry standards in color. Its matching systems and guides are essential in graphic arts, industrial design, fashion, cosmetics—when finding, referencing or producing...
CULTURE
If You Don't Belong, Don't Be Long
Scott Campbell, who's inked the skin of celebrities, supermodels and Hell's Angels, opens his first solo NYC show this week at Ohwow Gallery with an all-new series of sculptures, paintings and intricate drawings under the title "If You Don't Belong...
TECH
Athas! Pens
An ultra-classy reinterpretation of the iconic Bic pen (and a functional version of Tobias Wong and Ju$t Another Rich Kid's pendant), Athas! steel, brass, silver and gold pens are a stylish configuration of the original plastic design. Each...
TECH
Invisible Ink
Fulfilling many a childhood fantasy, Invisible Ink is for amateur spies and sleuths or just for those looking for a medium that's a little less permanent. Clear and invisible when applied to paper, the water-based ink turns blue when exposed to...
CULTURE
Krink
Krink is silver ink handmade in New York City by graf writer KR. It's permanent on any surface; Unfadeable, as they call it. Krink is meant to be used in emptied shoe polish bottles [ mops ] to get a wet, juicy, drippy application. via The Brilliance...
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