Topic: Pens, Pencils
"Noodler's Black Ink is waterproof and permanent on paper. It contains a cellulose reactive dye that remains water soluble in the bottle and in your pens, but becomes permanent on paper when dry." [View larger image]
»Some time ago I wrote about my new Muji fountain pen and posted a larger image and a closeup photo of the nib on flickr. I was quoted at journalisimo, and I have learned a lot from the comments at flickr. Gierszewski says Muji are discontinuing the fountain pens. Zxfiles told me about Noodler's ink and recommends Mike Shea's blog post 'Noodler's Ink - the Pilot G2 killer'. And Stompy writes about Noodler's ink in the favorite pen discussion at 'flickr : moleskinerie'. I think I must get a couple of spare Muji pens and order a bottle or two of Noodler's ink.
♥Favorite pen discussion
♥Mike Shea's blog
¶Noodler's Ink in Stockholm, Sweden
Tags: muji : fountainpen : noodlers : ink : moleskine : notebook