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Peter Draws shows what the Carbon T fountain pen and the designer 8 mechanical pencil have been designed for.
Drawing like crazy.
You can see actually how good both instruments perform in the hands of Peter....link to the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHgie5VDNn4&t=2s

 

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Lucio, you can't list reviews for your pens on reviews, it's marketing when you post about your stuff.

 

That said, I had seen peter's video and it made me want to ink my carbon t up. Still love it.

Selling a boatload of restored, fairly rare, vintage Japanese gold nib pens, click here to see (more added as I finish restoring them)

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Lucio, you can't list reviews for your pens on reviews, it's marketing when you post about your stuff.

 

That said, I had seen peter's video and it made me want to ink my carbon t up. Still love it.

Hello, I'm not Lucio. But go on and ink it! I guess for your words that you have one of the Parisian pens, made by the guy himself, those are going to be collectibles for sure.

 

Noted your comment! Enjoy your Carbon T!

 

 

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Hello, I'm not Lucio. But go on and ink it! I guess for your words that you have one of the Parisian pens, made by the guy himself, those are going to be collectibles for sure.

 

Noted your comment! Enjoy your Carbon T!

 

 

 

Is Lucio no longer with the company? I thought he started it.

Selling a boatload of restored, fairly rare, vintage Japanese gold nib pens, click here to see (more added as I finish restoring them)

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Is Lucio no longer with the company? I thought he started it.

He did. He designed and engineered all the pens and founded Venvstas in Paris, its just not he who's typing. My name is Alan. He's with other projects now. We did a press release here saying the current state of the company, a lot has happened, moving to Italy (not him but the company), merging, etc...its just we're working on shutting down this account and making a new one. Pens are made in Italy now, no longer in Paris, also offices are in Italy and so on. We'll communicate all we're doing through the network and we expect also to be able to offer much more to the community, this is, special releases, info on the products, support, direct information from us etc. We'll have soon exciting news about some reissues from some of Rossi's best designs. i'm sure everybody here have some favorite ones. Stay tuned!

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