Thursday Things: Lucky Red

Red is courageous, intense, highly visible, and frankly, sometimes a little intimidating. It is the color commonly used for urgency, such as on stop signs, traffic lights, and fire engines. For that reason, it can be difficult to incorporate into our day-to-day writing. However, it truly is a show stopping color that deserves a little love! In China, Red is meant to represent good luck and prosperity. Pair it with some gold accents for a touch of sophistication and you’ll be writing with an elegant duo.

Featured products from left to right:

Apica CD-7 Notebook – Red, $1.80
Atelier Gargoyle Sealing Wax – Gold, $6
Diamine Red Lustre (50ml bottle), $20
Maruman Mnemosyne N180 A5 Imagination Notepad, $13
Karas Kustoms Fountain Pen – Ink, Red with Brass Grip, $95
Pilot Vanishing Point Fountain Pen – Red/Gold
Visconti Opera Master Fountain Pen – Crimson Tide, Ruthenium Trim
Platinum 3776 Century Fountain Pen – Bourgogne, $176
Jinhao x450 Fountain Pen – Red/Gold, $9.90
Platinum Balance Fountain Pen – Wine Red, $43.20
J. Herbin 1670 Rouge Hematite (50ml bottle), $26
Apica CD-10 Notebook – Red, $2.80
Aurora Ipsilon Fountain Pen – Red, $99
Maruman Mnemosyne N192 B7 Notepad, $2.40

 

Aurora Ipsilon Fountain Pen – Red
Karas Kustoms Fountain Pen – Ink, Red with Brass Grip
Pilot Vanishing Point Fountain Pen – Red/Gold
J. Herbin 1670 Rouge Hematite (50ml bottle)
Jinhao x450 Fountain Pen – Red/Gold
Visconti Opera Master Fountain Pen – Crimson Tide, Ruthenium Trim
Maruman Mnemosyne Notepads

 

Do you feel an aversion to red pens and ink?

 

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company

2017-10-13T15:49:00+00:00 February 4th, 2016|Thursday Things|0 Comments