When you’re asked to sign something, someone should bend the knee and offer you a pen so you can grace the document with your royal name. The Executive Knight Pen Holder is designed for just that, to make sure your pen is always ready for whenever a document needs your royal signature.
A delightfully crafted pen that is designed in way that it is self-balancing with the unique ability to shift directions in a slit-second, just like a dragonfly ( Slända is Swedish for dragonfly). It will always stand at a 45 degree angle, which means it’s never going to roll off a table.
The ol’ knife pen, for when you need to get some work done but also need to switch to stab mode in a split second in case your enemies get the drop on you. No one will mess with a guy who uses a knife for a pen (fake knife btw).
Designed so that a stack of pens in a display pot, vase or any make-shift container looks like a gorgeous, natural swaying display of grass. Each pen is encased in soft silicone leaf mold that sways gently as you write, as if it is being brushed by the wind.
Rainbow Pencils are just like regular wooden pencils, but they are not made from wood, they are made from layers of recycled paper and let you create beautiful paper rainbow sharpenings, every time you sharpen them, adding a bit of life to the typical, often messy wood and graphite shavings.
Super cute pens disguised as colorful vitamin pills with adorable faces. They pull open and extract out to reveal a fully usable 12.5cm long ballpoint pen. Their handy design allows you to carry multiple pens in your pocket or bag for daily or emergency use.
The neat thing about these pencils is that they are made out of real tree branches, so each pencil has an adorably rustic unique look. Perfect for sketching or writing, but also make for great display or gifts.
Invisible ink for when you want to write or draw something no one else should see, or that is, under normal light it’s invisible. under a black light it turns into an amazing display of glowing awesomeness. Keep in mind that you’ll need a black light or you’ll just be drawing blanks. Glass Dip Pen: Link Black Light: Link
Whoever made these thinks the old paper-clip design needs to be retired and I wholly agree. These new series of paper-clips don’t just clip pieces of paper together, but rather decorate them, bringing just the right amount of design intervention to the mundane.