Reviving an only topic, primarily to see if anyone is still following the languishing Writing community :)
from left to right:
Parker Vacumatic Major, 1940s, F - W’man Brown
Sheaffer Statesman Vac-fill, mid 1940s, F - W’man S Blue
Sheaffer Balance, Last Version, early 1940s, XF - W’man Black
Pelikan M600 (2019) with mid-century 400NN EF nib - 4001 Blue-Black
Conklin Crescent (2018) EF chased acrylic/rose gold - Diamine Prussian Blue
5 different filling systems, no c/c! Not that I don’t like C/C, I have more than I can count!
Schneider Ceod Shiny awarded renowned German Design Award
In a saturated market with a multitude of products, outstanding design is a decisive differentiating feature. It goes beyond the purely external shape and color of a product to include function and the user's interaction with the product.
Schneider is proud to have been able to impress the jury of the renowned German Design Award twice with its outstanding product design. The Design Award, which is known far beyond the borders of Germany, is awarded once a year by the German Design Council.
The Ceod Shiny fountain pen - 2020 Design Award Winner!
The fountain pen Ceod Shiny has a striking design and elegant appearance. Combining simple elegance with minimalist but striking curves. The discreetly shiny matte surface gives the Ceod Shiny its noble look, which makes it an eye-catcher in an understated way. The pearly, silky matte surface rests easily in the hand and the ergonomic rubberized grip profile of the fountain pen promotes a relaxed writing experience. A...