Ink Review | J. Herbin Vert de Gris
J. Herbin Vert de Gris is a blue/green-grey ink that joined the core Herbin range in 2018. The name literally means "green of grey", but English speakers might be more familiar with the term verdigris, which refers to the blue-green colour of the patina that forms on metals containing copper.
Ink Review | J. Herbin Corail des Tropiques
J. Herbin Corail des Tropiques is one of the new Herbin inks that joined the core line in 2018, alongside a few other interesting colours. True to its name, it's a warm, bright orange-pink, and comes in the standard Herbin 30ml glass bottle. It's more vibrant than I expected out of a Herbin ink, with some decent saturation, and fairly readable despite its brightness.
Ink Review | Organics Studio Willow Green
Organics Studio’s Vintage Writing Fluid Series was inspired by pens that are difficult to clean. They’re basically perfect for lazy fools like me who leave ink in pens for long...
Ink Review | Organics Studio Ernest Hemingway
The Ernest Hemingway Santiago’s Sea Blue is a newer entry in Organics Studio‘s Masters of Writing series, released earlier in 2018. I was lukewarm to the idea of it at...