Tag: paper

Of Pens and Other Collections -Indranil Banerjie

How the pen box has brought together my two passions in life – writing and woodworking. A few months ago, I rediscovered an old fountain pen, a long-forgotten companion from my college days. It was a cheap Parker with a plastic body, hidden in the midst of a drawer full

 

The Practice of Penning, the Art of Journaling: Souradeep Roy

“A word after a word after a word after a word is power” – Margaret Atwood Having been fascinated with fountain pens since childhood, there always was a longing for me to use fountain pens. At an office event, a wine tasting, I saw one of the judges from Germany,

 

Inked Happiness – a letter to the Editor

Inked Happiness turning three is a matter of great happiness, but don’t digress. Dear Suvobrata, I learn that your blog, Inked Happiness will be celebrating the second completed year of its being shortly. Congratulations! I will not belittle your passion for the fountain pen with the customary platitudes that letters

 

Origin One – doing a Darwin in custom created, design led stationery!

Origin One goes Carbon Zero! The Writing pad is dead. As dead as a doornail. Killed by an overdose of digital domination and an increasing apathy of our young to pick up the fountain pen (or pencil, or whatever). Emails regularly come with ominous warnings about using paper, that lead

 

Dilip Doshi and Lamy – match-winners from both ends!

Dilip Doshi. The very name conjures staccato black and white images of a packed Eden Gardens, men in flannels battling it out against the visitors, with the tricolour fluttering far away in time, as if, on the giant screen of a cinema hall from a lost era. Images of a