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Ystudio Pens

With the world embracing technology in a mad frenzy, there is more typing and clicking happening than writing with a pen. Taiwanese designers Ystudio pride themselves on keeping alive the joy of writing on a wonderful piece of paper, by making fine artifacts which can be used for a lifetime, and passed down from generation to generation. Their beautiful stationary collection is made from pure copper and brass, with a simple, minimalist design combined with elegant, pristine materials. The line includes two rollerball pens, a ballpoint pen, a mechanical pencil, a sketching pen, a pen container and a pen case. Head over to their website for more details.  




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GUITAR PICK WALLET

Whipping Post is a company started by guitar player Ryan Barr. After spending sometime in Mexico learning how to craft leather, Ryan created his first product, a vintage leather guitar case (featured here). He as since created some very cool products, including this "Mojave Pickers Wallet", it holds 3 credit cards, cash, driverīs license, and features a pocket for a guitar pick. How cool is that? ...
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BARTON PERREIRA EYEWEAR COLLECTION | BY GIOVANNI RIBISI | Image

BARTON PERREIRA EYEWEAR COLLECTION | BY GIOVANNI RIBISI

You may recognize Giovanni Ribisi from movies like "Avatar", "Saving Private Ryan" or "Friends", he is also the face of Barton Perreira eyewear brand. After several seasons of modeling for the brand, he has agreed to launch is very own line of designs, they feature classic round frames and vintage mineral glass lenses. Perfectly suited for the sartorial and casual situations....
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KOSMOS PEN

Kosmos Pen is the proud owner of the prestigious Red Dot award for best pen. That’s got to mean something, right? Well, this sleek pen radically removes the ubiquitous clicker mechanism for something far simpler, instead revealing the ink tip when the cap is shifted towards the back using a unique mechanism based on magnets, which allows the pen to have different appearances in the writing and the idle position. The pen has a two-piece design that joins together to ...
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