Category Archives: Ink Reviews

thINKthursday – Diamine Raw Sienna Ink Review

thINKthursday Diamine Raw Sienna Diamine Raw Sienna is an understated brown that has some beautiful subtleties. As always, Diamine is a safe bet when it comes to ink – there is a huge selection of colors that behave well, and the … Continue reading

thINKThursday – Blackstone Golden Wattle

thINKthursday Blackstone Golden Wattle Blackstone Golden Wattle is one of the new offerings in the Inks of Australia line. Blackstone is produced in-house by Just Write of Australia. Their first inks debuted in June of 2015, and since then they have … Continue reading

thINKthursday – Montblanc Blue Hour Ink Review

thINKthursday Montblanc Blue Hour Montblanc Blue Hour fountain pen ink has been available for a while now, but it won’t be around forever so we wanted to give it a closer look while you can still get your hands on some. … Continue reading

J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary Inks Collection

J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary Inks The newest of the J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary inks, Caroube de Chypre, is due out soon, and is making quite a big splash already. Staff artist Chris did his thINKthursday review of this warm, shimmery … Continue reading

thINKthursday – Sailor Storia Dancer Pink Ink Review

thINKthursday – Sailor Storia Dancer Pink Dancer Pink is one of 8 Sailor Storia inks inspired by the circus. Storia inks are vivid, pigmented, waterproof, and mixable. Each beautifully frosted 30ml bottle is nestled in tissue paper and packaged in a … Continue reading

How to thINKthursday

thINKthursday Format Explained Chris here! As you’ve noticed, we’ve started doing thINKthursday, a weekly ink review that will continue until we run out of ink.  Having worked at Anderson Pens for nearly a year, I’ve been exposed to nearly every … Continue reading

thINKthursday – Toucan Turquoise Ink Review

Toucan is an Australian based ink company that makes a wide range of colors that come in a distinctive 60 ml pouch.  You can purchase Toucan Turquoise and the rest of their inks from Anderson Pens in a more convenient … Continue reading