S884. Kiss Off Stain Remover Kiss Off Stain Remover
This stain remover stick is great for ink. It works well at removing stains from carpet, clothing, fabrics, furniture, even whiteboards. Can also be used for grease, make up, lipstick, coffee, blood and many more!
B3869. Scripsit 34.2: Johnson, Pludwinski, Kurtz, Thornton, Clark Scripsit 34.2. 2012. 32pp. 8.5"x11". Paper
In this issue produced by Michael Clark: Iskra Johnson (Illustration and informal scripts with pointed brush and pen), Izzy Pludwinski (Hebrew and Western letterforms), Carl E Kurtz (letters as texture and form), Memorials by Artists (letter carving), Peter Thornton (compositions exploring texture, lettered with pencils), Michael Clark (lettering with ruling pens and other tools). The letter artists both show and discuss their work. Full color throughout.
B3891. How To Write Copperplate / Ebrahimi How to Write Copperplate by Hamid Reza Ebrahimi. 2010. 40pp English, 28pp Persian (Farsi). 8.5"x11". Paper
A good, thorough, and beautiful introduction to Copperplate script with letter-by-letter instruction and guide sheets. Use the book with Hamid’s online videos for comprehensive instruction. The English text, written in the author’s elegant script, is printed in dark brown on cream colored pages. 8 full-color illustrations. Hamid has taught the script since 1997.
B3870. Take Your Pleasure Seriously HC / Luca Barcellona Take Your Pleasure Seriously by Luca Barcellona. 2012. 224pp. 7.5"x10.5". Hardcover
Features commissioned work and personal pieces in hundreds of images (many never-before-published) of the letters and letterwork of Luca Barcellona, an internationally known calligrapher, designer, and graffiti artist. He uses both historical letterforms and contemporary, original ones in striking and expressive compositions. Includes an interview by by Chaz Bojórquez. Over 250 full-color plates. Text by Luca Barcellona, Giovanni De Faccio and Nicola "DeeMo" Peressoni. Fold-out poster jacket. His work was featured in Letter Arts Review issue 23-3.
Luca Barcellona shatters the boundaries as he blends his street sensibility with fine penmanship. - Letter Arts Review
FP120. Noodler's Standard Flex Pen Noodler's Standard Flex Pen. This flexible nib fountain pen produces reasonable thicks and thins from pressure. Use it for larger writing and expressive handwriting. It is not suitable for smaller Ornamental Scripts because the nib can't produce the fine hairlines possible with dip pen pointed nibs. For a fatter barrel, purchase the FP125. Noodler’s Ahab Flex Pen. The same flex nib is used in the Standard and Ahab Fountain Pens.
Choose Barrel Color:
Clear - Our most popular "color," which makes it easy to see how much ink is left in the pen.
For filling the pen with ink from a bottle, the Standard Flex Pens have a twist-fill piston mechanism that is part of the barrel.
This is a fun pen to write with and has an extremely flexible nib - for a fountain pen. You can easily go from thin to thick and back, but the unstressed stroke is far from a hairline. (An extremely light touch and some speed can produce a thinner line.) It would be useless for small copperplate scripts. The pen is useless for small copperplate scripts. You can produce copperplate scripts only in larger sizes. You can only produce monoline or nearly monoline writing in smaller sizes. It has potential for wedding invitation addressing where the script is more-or-less monoline perhaps with some more heavily stressed strokes (such as Spencerian). - John
B3863. Zentangle 4, Workbook Edition / McNeill Zentangle 4, Workbook Edition by Suzanne McNeill. 2011. 20pp. 8.5"x11". Paper
Learn to add color and sparkle to your tangles with chalks, watercolors, pencils and pens, glitter, jewels, and sparkly inks. Also includes 40 new tangle patterns and ideas on using brass stencils and plastic templates.
B3850. Beyond Paste Papers: Artists' Books / Kelly Beyond Paste Papers: Artists' Books by Rosie Kelly. 2012. 23pp. 7"x8.5". Paper
Think of what you would have if you took detailed notes in a Rosie Kelly workshop, but in full color and more compete, and you will have this book. Rosie shares her expertise on painting papers, designing pages, and making a bound book. Step-by-step instructions take you from a blank page to a softcover book, along with inspirational insights and tips & tricks.
Each one of these pens is a versatile marking tool and a beautiful, handcrafted displayable object. Recycled metal cans are cut, hammered, and formed into the folded nib and combined with a turned hardwood handle and a bit of thin-walled brass pipe. These are truly instruments for expressive writing and drawing. The line width varies with the angle of the pen to the paper. Each one is also a lesson in sustainability. These were quick sellers at CNW, and purchasers included both students and instructors. Each pen is unique. Click the item picture to see the available pens.
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