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  1. The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games start in a few days, which is a good time to write about a pen that celebrates the last city to host the Olympics, Rio de Janeiro. In August 2016, I led an award-winning program in digital storytelling to Rio, for 25 students from the United States, Brazil, Germany, and Italy. The students, mostly journalism majors, collaborated on multimedia stories about the impact of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on the host city. To commemorate this adventure, I asked several people for ideas on a Rio-themed pen. Among them were Prithwijit Chaki, Ian Roberts, Laksh
  2. f_lima

    Hello From Rio, Brazil!

    Hello everybody! I have been consulting and reading pen reviews of this forum for some years. It is a pleasure to be part of this community and to be a member here in Brazil. I believe that my grandfather is responsible for my love for the ink fountain pens. When I was a kid, I remember helping him do the cleaning and recharging them. All the care he had with his Parkers, Watermans, blue and black ink bottles ... In spite of my passion for analog tools, I forgot about fountain pens when I was growing up. My return to the world of fountain pens was at first very practical and with specific pur
  3. sarmento2k

    Greetings From Brazil

    I'm beginer in this forum despite of have been reading lots of interesting posts here. Now I decided to drop some lines and learn even more about this writting tool that I like it most. I use fountain pens about a decade and I really appreciate this sort of writting. I have some pieces from Parker, Waterman, MontBlanc, Pelikan, Pilot, Caran d'Ache, Faber Castell and also chineses models. So, let me introduce myself, I leave in Rio de Janeiro, and work in Galeao International Airport, if someone come to Brazil, please email me to have a coffee. Regards Sarmento Campos
  4. abastian

    Hello From Brazil (Too)

    Hello, dear fountain pen enthusiasts. I'm new in this amazing forum. I've spent a lot of hours in FP reading and, honestly, reading here really worth. A lot of interesting and expert people in fountain pens' matter, and some amazing reviews of pens and inks. I live in a south Brazilian island (Florianópolis) and love FP since my youth. I've been writing (solely) with it since than. I have little to offer, but much to learn. So, in advance, thanks for your patience with the rookies. Best regards, Aguinel Bastian
  5. cimmerian

    Ex-Lurker Here

    Hello! I'm Marcelo from Brazil. I've been coming here for a couple of months because Brian Goulet can't shut up about the FPN Now I've felt sure that I want to be part of this (extra) fine community. I'm a total n00b when it comes to fountain pens — I've been using fountain pens since college, but only this year I decided to really dive into the hobby and acquire some know-how and connect with other enthusiasts. (The discovery of the Goulet Pens YouTube channel might have had something to do with it.) It's quite hard to find good pens, inks, paper, etc. in Brazil without forking out
  6. cimmerian

    Where Is This Nib Unit From?

    Hello, This Brazilian pen maker, Crown, uses this nib unit in all but their most expensive pens. I've seen pics of pens on Google that use that very same nib unit, and I wonder if anybody know where it's made. I'm guessing China. I started investigating this nib unit after I got frustrated with how little information Crown has on their website regarding their manufature or even brand history. I had to Indiana Jones on Google to find out who owned Crown but I still can't even find where they make their inks for example. It seems they don't actually make anything but order bits and pieces
  7. Hi, Greetings from Brazil. Since this post is my introduction but it will be lengthier than the usual introductions, I post it here. 1. Of How I Grew to Hate Fountain Pens I've been fond of calligraphy from the time I learnt to read. I remember distictively a recipe notebook my grandmother had, with perfect Spencerian calligraphy, which I tried to imitate for a long time, but I didn't have quite the motor coordination needed when I was 8 years old or so : o ). Anyhow, when I was 10 or thereabouts I got my first fountain pen, which worked quite ok. I don't remember what happened to it
  8. alvesmd

    Hi ! New User From Brazil

    Hi, greetings from Brazil ! Some pens in my collection: Faber Castell e-motion CrocoFaber Castell e-motion ParquetFaber Castell Loom BlueLamy Safari Black CharcoalJinhao 5000Jinhao 9009Montblanc Meisterstuck 145 ChopinParket Duofold (demanding restoration)Parker FrontierParker Vacumatic (demanding restoration)Sheaffer Prelude Signature SnakeskinSheaffer Prelude Signature ImperialSheaffer 300 Blue/Chrome And some ink bottles: Sheaffer (Brown, Turquoise, Purple, Green)Pelikan Royal BlueAurora Black (is it really so wet ?)J.herbin 1670 Anniversary Ink Rough Hematite (on its way from USA, high exp
  9. rhodialover

    Just My Luck....

    So today I went to my local Staples and saw something that was simply wonderful. I found on sale for $3 even, Brazilian filler paper! I bought half of the rack that was left. They were $3 for 400 sheets and I ended up buying 7 packages, totaling 2,800 pages! The stack is 8 inches tall and weighs in the neighborhood of 27-34 lbs! I had to have them double bagged. Run and see if yours has them. Mine has no feathering at all.





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