Pen, paper and ink

Continuing on a theme from Monday’s post, here are some lovely things to write on and with:

Yes, that is indeed a fur Moleskine holder.  It is available here where, should you purchase one, your rediscovered love of the German language will encourage you to refer to it as a Ledereinband Notizbuch.

I found the fur-lined cover via my new favourite site ‘Skine Cover, which encourages acts of customisation or vandalism (depending on your outlook) such as this:

Beautiful, if highlighting a spectacular amount of time spend procrastinating, rather than filling the notebook with whatever it is the artist is allegedly ‘working’ on.  I know that trick well! 

From Skine Cover it took me but a short while to find Molecover, a company based in San Francisco which produces leather Moleskine covers.  I really don’t think I am going to be able to leave for Japan without this one coming with me:

Gorgeous.

In response to Monday’s broken pen lament, I was advised to check out The Writing Desk, which I did, although doing so has only added to my woes.  Now also appearing on my wish list are this pen case, for the avoidance of future catastrophes:

And I think my life will be a touch emptier without their pen of the week, the fabulously named Sailor Professional Gear Mosaic:

Look at that baby.  I bet it swirls and curls like a Ferrari Testarossa!  Naturally it would need to be filled with the finest ink, available here from Noodler’s Ink.  The only difficulty will be in deciding between Heart of Darkness, Dragon’s Napalm and the X Feather…

Photos ‘borrowed’ from websites mentioned

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