A stationery accessory straight from the Middle Ages. If you’re going to seal your letters with wax, you could do worse than a desktop candle furnace.
Yes, a stainless steel letter opener might be overkill, but goodness what a gorgeous object. Made by the precision manufacturers at Craighill, a small, Brooklyn purveyor of distinct home goods and accessories.
This unique pen lets you mix Cyan, Magenta and Yellow inks to achieve a wide range of colors with a minimal amount of supplies. Perfect for bringing a splash of color to your quick doodles in the field, or color coding your notes.
If you're not Anish Kapoor, you'll have a hard time getting your hands on Vantablack—it's the blackest pigment ever synthesized and exclusively licensed to the artist. What's another artist to do? Pick up a tube of the next best thing! (That is, unless you actually are Anish Kapoor in which...
In the 1900s, people would collect “ghost signatures” of friends and celebrities in special autograph books called “The Ghost of My Friends”. A fresh, well-inked signature would be folded and pressed on special paper to form elegant and devilish inkblots. Modern replicas of the autograph inkblot albums are produced by...
Earthlings have gazed at the dark, star-speckled sky for millennia, and this box of postcards compiles 50 impressions, from the scientific—such images plumbed from Galileo’s notebooks or the NASA archives—to the fanciful.
Is it true that NASA spent millions of tax-payer dollars to develop a pen that didn't rely on gravity while their rival Soviets simply used a pencil? No, but it is true that this pen is one handsome and well-designed writing implement.
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