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Girl With a Pearl Earring Recreated Using a Single Bic Pen

Artist James Mylne took on the challenge of recreating Johannes Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring using only one single Bic Cristal pen. Apparently the sort of shading he accomplishes in the portrait is possible using a variety of different pressures. Man, it just boggles my mind that people can do stuff like this. I have trouble successfully composing a ...

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Analog and Digital Notebook Roundup

With classes starting for most students this week or next, it’s important that you’re properly geared up for school before trekking back. Cool Hunting has a nice roundup of both “analog” and digital notebooks that will suit nearly anyone’s taste, style or preference. Whether you’re heading to Columbia Law or the Clown College of Miami, this is a read you ...

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Biodegradable Cutlery Pen Caps

Here’s a great concept that would do wonders for those working in an office. This pen cap utensil set includes a plastic knife, fork and spoon, all of which are biodegradable. It’s called Din-Ink and was designed to “respect the environment.” Perfect for that old salad sitting in the office mini-fridge. Just grab two pens, slap on the knife and ...

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