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Organics Studio 'join Or Die' Green/sepia For The 2013 Philadelphia Pen Show


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The newest ink from Organics Studio will be available on Friday at the Philadelphia Pen Show. It is part 2 of our sepia series, following the successful 'Foggy Bottom' yellow/sepia for the DC Show. This ink is the first of ours to use what we are terming our 'bare-bones' formula - where it uses fewer ingredients than our previously issued inks. This is will be a very free-flowing, clog free ink. For color reference, it is slightly more green than Mont Blanc's Racing Green. This will be available through our retailers after the show! If anyone would be interested in doing a full, formal review, please send us a message!

 

Thanks, and enjoy! Hope to see you in Philadelphia!

 

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Love all the 'mossy" green colors... I think I have them all... so, I will need to add this one .. :ltcapd:

 

 

I won't make it to the Philadelphia show (I am in Toronto).. so I will try to hunt it after the show.

 

 

 

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Looks very much to me like Noodler's Burma Road Brown.

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Looks very much to me like Noodler's Burma Road Brown.

 

 

Really?? I have a bottle in the mail... I am more excited now.

 

I thought it looks like Alt Goldrun (which I have).

 

 

 

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Looks very much to me like Noodler's Burma Road Brown.

 

+1 One of my new favorites.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yes Burma Road Brown is on the green sideof greenish-grayish-brown. I found that diluting it ever so slightly the shading and depth improves, looking quite like the Organics studio ink above. Better paper helps too otherwise it's as saturated and feathery as a sharpie marker.

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This ink is gorgeous! It looks like I'd hoped Stipula Musk Green would (but doesn't). I checked your website, but couldn't find where its available for purchase. Is it available currently?

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Hey guys! Glad to hear some good things on the color. It will be available very soon! AndersonPens will have it, as well as Bertram's Inkwell on Amazon. If you give Bertram's Inkwell a call at 301-468-6939, it will ship out on Monday :)

 

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