Tag: Fountain Pen

Nino Marino and a yellow rose of a fountain pen for Christmas  – Howard Cunix

Yellow. It is the colour of happiness, and optimism, of enlightenment and creativity, sunshine and spring. Yellow roses are supposed to symbolise friendship and are often given to loved ones as a way to bring joy and cheer. Religious iconography from around the world are full of yellow hued symbolism and I

 

In Flanders Fields – Onoto to immortalise the poem with a LE fountain pen

In Flanders Fields, written by Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, to be paid tribute to through a LE Onoto pen. World War I battlefields in Belgium and France are often called “Flanders Fields” in English. Red poppies, that grew wild on the graves of fallen soldiers, have since become one

 

Bourbon – Benu raises its glass to celebrate the intoxication of creativity, unveils new fountain pen!

Bourbon. The House of Bourbons were a European dynasty of French origin. How they lent their name across the continent to America’s most potent brew is however, another story. Suffice to say, distilled from a mash made primarily of corn, Bourbon, to the world at large, is the American for