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I bought my Visconti Van Gogh "Starry Night" exactly one month ago. I have not done a video or written review of the pen because I wanted to write with the pen for a decent amount of time before forming my thoughts. Well, I formed my thoughts fairly quickly but never got around to the review. Now that I've purchased another Visconti; the "Breeze" for my wife for her birthday, I thought I'd put the two together into a joint unboxing, comparison review. So I did a video of the unboxing yesterday and compared the Van Gogh to the new model Breeze. I'm posting the YouTube review here, but in the ne
Do you have any pen and ink recommendations for book signings? My book of poetry just came out, and I've done two books signings with my Platinum Plaisir (fine) and Noodler's Baystate Blue. It actually worked out great, but I'd like to try out some other colors and would like to use some nicer pens. I'm a fairly new fountain pen collector, and I'm just starting to experiment with nicer pens. About my experience with the Plaisir/Baystate combo: I loved the bright color, it dried quickly (even though it's not supposed to be fast drying), and didn't smear. The Plaisir did fine, but being a ch
Vincent Van Gogh was born the 30th of March 1853, this is why, this March on Iguana Sell we will be celebrating this amazing artist's anniversary, and we want to surprise you with a very special giveaway! Do you want to win a Visconti Van Gogh "Irises" fountain pen? You just have to follow these three simple steps: 1. Like Iguana Sell's official Facebook page. 2. Comment our contest Facebook post mentioning three of your friends. 3. Share the post on your account, mentioning Iguana Sell and using the hashtags #IguanaSellLovesArt #Visconti #VanGo
Hello, I posted previously about my Visconti Rembrandt and it also had this problem with hard starts and skips every line. I was able to exchange it for a Van Gogh starry night, and sadly it's no better. The starts are really bad. I have to apply more pressure than usual to get it started, and then 5 seconds off paper requires another hard start. Either im extremely unfortunate or visconti has the poorest nib QC here's a pic demonstrating the issue,. Visconti Van Gogh Starry Night B Nib http://i.imgur.com/nDeSjan.jpg?2 If theres any way to fix this without sending it to a nib mechan