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ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Our hosts have a lively discussion on the topic of chimeras - pens built out of parts that didn’t originally go together. Are chimeras an abomination? Or is a little “frankensteining” sometimes a necessity? What about when it’s done for fun or self-expression? And if we could each build our own dream pen, what would it be?

 

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The hosts were Chuck (@entree3000_), Sharyn (@sharynzha), Max (@maxschumacher98) and Diana (@thegrynne).

 

FORMAT

 

00:50—What We Are Writing With 

 

Chuck: Pilot Petit Apricot 

Sharyn: Sailor Mozart Morita NMF 21kt 

Max: OMAS 360 Black M 

Diana: Parker Jotter BP

 

06:39—News

 

Melbourne Pen Show 2018

 

09:23—Frankenpens

 

Japanese “shiro” nibs

Vintage Pen Shop (Jesi Raine) 

Episode 15: Costa Koutsis 

Episode 30: Anabelle Hiller 

Ranga Ebonite pens with vintage nibs - Peyton Street Pens 

Harlequin Pen For Men 

Leigh Reyes' frankensnorkel 

Ralph Reyes (@reachingralph

Flexible Nib Factory 

Episode 13: Ralph Reyes

 

35:14—What are our dream frankenpens?

 

Pilot Custom Urushi - The Goulet Pen Co

Pilot Custom 743 - Pensachi 

Pilot Custom 845 - Tokyo Pen Shop 

Sheaffer Snorkel - The Pen Addict 

Montblanc Heritage 1912

 

43:13—Recommendations

 

Culture Potato 文化土豆

Coopers DIY Beer Brew Kit 

Sodastream 

Le Petit Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

 

51:24—Thanks and Credits

 

Producer: Chuck Montano, Max Schumacher and Diana Dai.

Recording and editing: Diana Dai. 

Music: Michael Pearce. 

Logo: Will H. Smith. 

Logo artwork: Melissa Graf. 

English
United States
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