Yesterday was SFPL’s April pen meet, organized by Straits Pen and Pelikan Singapore. I had only half an hour to spare for the event, unfortunately (it was a huge rush all day for me, running to different places in Singapore for my various appointments), but it did seem like a really crowded and happy event! Check out the write-up by Inky Passion on the event.
Here is this week’s instalment of Sunday Inkings, grouped by category:
Pen Chalet is giving away a bunch of awesome goodies in celebration of NatStatWeek, or National Stationery Week, which is from 27 April to 3 May this year. Also, this week coincides with World Stationery Day, on the 29 April. Be sure to head down to their giveaway page to get your chance to win!
Parka Blogs has reviewed the Noodler’s Konrad Flex Nib fountain pen. It’s always to read a review of fountain pens from an artist’s perspective. He has also reviewed the Noodler’s Neponset which features an interesting, music-like nib.
Ink-pens: are you able to identify this Inoxcrom fountain pen?
FP Quest reviewed the Sheaffer VFM fountain pen. VFM stands for Vibrant, Fun and Modern. I’ve got the pink version of the pen.
Goldspot Pens teaches us how to spot a real Lamy Safari from a fake.
If you are a newbie to the fountain pen world, check out this article by Goulet Pens on what to take note of. Useful article!
Edjelley reviewed the Code & Quill “Origin” Notebook. I’ve never seen that notebook myself before.
A new brand of ink? Scribe’s Dark Blue ink as reviewed by FPInkGeek.
Inkdependence! shows us how bright this Toucan Primrose ink is.
Check out the review of the Graf von Faber Castell Stone Grey from the Desk of Lori. I love how the ink blotches are made!