Misfill, Bug Out Bag 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:

Bug Out Bag

What's In My Bug Out Bag Backpack? (Carryology)

Testing new papers (José Naranja)

Lamy 2000 Mechanical Pencil - Guest Review (Dave's Mechanical Pencils)

Birmingham Pen Gray Inks (Mountain of Ink)

How a single letter can make for a striking, timeless logo design (Creative Boom)

Pen Review: Akashiya Sai Thin Line Brush Pens (The Well-Appointed Desk)

“Boyfriend Hug” Speakers Are The Perfect Way To Look Absolutely Normal In Public (Design You Trust)

Cinematic Journeys Illustrated in Hand Painted Maps by Andrew DeGraff (Colossal)

How to Buy Your First Parker 51 (Writing at Large)

The Tour de France is a Beautiful Mess and Maybe that's How it Should Be (Messy Nessy Chic)

Diamine Exclusive – Bloody Absinth (Nick Stewart)

A Mindful Approach to Technology (The Sweet Setup)

The Karas Vertex is a breath of fresh air (UK fountain pens)

P.W. Akkerman Bekakt Haags Ink (Gourmet Pens)

Review: Blackwing Volumes Number 10 (Comfortable Shoes Studio)

review: pilot iroshizuku tsutsuji (ink between the teeth)

2019 Travelers Notebook Review: Part 2. (The Finer Point)

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Posted on August 4, 2019 and filed under Misfill.