Open Session : The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion

WIC CHICAGO BY ARMAND B FRASCO

Welcome to OPEN SESSION:  The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion.

Moleskinerie invites you, our visitors to share your thoughts on a special topic.

Today it is: "INK"

“Words are things, and a small drop of ink, falling like dew upon a thought, produces that which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think”

- Lord Byron quotes (English Romantic poet and satirist, 1788-1824)

It has been called the lifeblood of creativity. Your thoughts.

As we say at Blank Page in Notebookism, keep it nice and keep it relevant. Discuss amongst yourselves.

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3 Responses to Open Session : The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion

  1. As a fountain pen user that really loves the Moleskine design, I find that many FP inks behave badly on their journal paper. (Bleeding, feathering, etc.)

    Fountain pens allow the freedom of self expression through color and it would be wonderful if Moleskine would consider making a journal with a paper more suited to FP ink.

  2. Sophie Brown says:

    I bet a thousand years ago people would be SHOCKED to know just how inexpensive paper and ink have become. It used to be that few people could afford paper.

  3. Lisa says:

    I love using a fountain pen with my Moleskines but it took a long time to find the right combination of nib and ink.
    I’ve found that finer nibs tend to bleed or feather the least. The only medium nib (in my limited collection keep in mind) that I’ve found works on my Moleskines is in my Pelikan M150.
    I find Skrip and Quink a little runny on Moleskine paper. In my experience the ink that I’ve found that works the best is Noodlers. I don’t know what it is about that ink but I’ve found it doesn’t bleed or feather as much as others.

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