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  • Andrea Joseph: Artist of the Month - November 2013

    Andrea Joseph: Artist of the Month - November 2013

    29 October 2013

    Every month, we highlight the work of a different artist or illustrator through the title banner of our monthly newsletter - Penorama. If you don't already receive Penorama, you can subscribe here.The artist of the month for November is Andrea Joseph, a 'professional doodler' who ......Read More

  • Platignum's New Range has Launched

    Platignum's New Range has Launched

    29 October 2013

    Platignum was one of the great British pen brands, but sadly disappeared many years ago. For many people who went to school around the 1960s, and grew up with Platignum pens, they remained a fond memory. They always specialised in the sort of sturdy pens ......Read More

  • Pilot Capless 2013 Jubilee Limited Edition

    Pilot Capless 2013 Jubilee Limited Edition

    10 October 2013

    It's official, the Pilot Capless 2013 Jubilee limited edition fountain pen will be available from November 2013!All Capless limited editions are special, but what makes the 2013 version even more so is that it's also the 50th anniversary of the Capless fountain pen in Japan!Made ......Read More

  • Forbidden Ink

    Forbidden Ink

    9 October 2013

    "Can I borrow a pen?" My mate held out his hand. "Any pen." ......Read More

  • Learning to Write Part 3: The Pencil Grip

    Learning to Write Part 3: The Pencil Grip

    1 October 2013

    The best writing hold is the tripod grip using the index finger, thumb and with support from the middle finger from behind, as recommended by the National Handwriting Association. To help children develop the tripod pencil grip :Using short, wide pencils, crayons or chalks encourage ......Read More

  • The Stylus Pen: Not just for geeks any more

    The Stylus Pen: Not just for geeks any more

    1 October 2013

    Stylus pens, meaning bone-fide writing instruments featuring a tip dedicated to controlling touch-enabled devices, have long been reserved to the geekier strata of the writing population. They are historically difficult to come by, often shoddily made, fitted with cheap ballpoint refills — and of limited ......Read More

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