Misfill, Punkstagram Edition


Each week in Refill, the Pen Addict Members newsletter, I publish Ink Links as part of the additional content you receive for being a member. And each week, after 10 to 15 links, plus my added commentary on each, I'm left with many great items I want to share. Enter Misfill. Here are this weeks links:

-- Lush Dive, Oslo (The London Parchment)

-- WHSmith buys Cult Pens (Stationery Matters)

-- Photographer Puts Her Archive of Photos Documenting the 1970s New York Punk Scene on Instagram (Open Culture)

-- Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours: a Pre-Photographic Guide for Artists and Naturalists (Colossal)

-- Kokuyo Systemic Refillable Notebook Cover – A6 – Khaki/Navy (No Pen Intended)

-- The Penton F20 Demonstrator Will Bring You a Barrel Full of Sadness (The Economical Penster)

-- This Morning’s Cup (The Cramped)

-- Karas Pen Co. Decograph Fountain Pen Review (The Pencilcase Blog)

-- The original US patent drawing for the Lego brick, filed 60 years ago (Kottke)

-- Hand-lettered illustrations reflect distinct personalities of London Underground lines (Creative Boom)

-- Uni-ball Signo DX Gel Pen in Lavender Black (Tools and Toys)

-- Scout Books Pocket Notebook Review (Ken Crooker)

-- I Tried Bullet Journalling For A Year, And Here's What I Learned (Buzzfeed)

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Posted on February 4, 2018 and filed under Misfill.