Marketplace: Getting Organized

I have two MBA exams this week, so in light of this fact, I thought I would shine the spotlight on some cool office and organizational items. Yes? Yes!

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Notizkalender_grau_1x1_webmemo wall calendar, $30

geQg75p6FXRMsvPet3bLFaKsD0DGg9Jtw8Y3CUGkHCgwhite toy blocks calendar, $40

IMG_3672yay tray, $20

Work+Hard,+Play+Hard+Mug+on+DLK-1work hard, play hard mug, $18

810988010102_hi7 year pen, $9.95 (I have this, I think I’m on to year 4)

45555_A2_Small_Steel_Swiss_Railway_Clocksmall Swiss railway clock, $215

821276806475_hipencil holder, $38

acrylic book endacrylic collator and book end, $24

Marketplace: JetPens

JetPens is a web store specializing in high-quality writing instruments. Earlier this year I ordered Kaweco pens for the White Cabana team and I was impressed by the speedy shipping and friendly customer service.

In addition to the amazingly wide selection of pens, JetPens offers plenty of cool supplies to pretty up your office…and maybe make Mondays a little less painful.

leaf ties, $11.50, JetPens

Sun-Star stapleless stapler, $9.50

Metaphys Ojue Lunch Box, $46

Saki pen case, $14.50

Midori paper clips, $7.25

Uni-Ball Signo white pen, $2

Lamy Fountain Pen – Safari Model, $26

Zebra Sharbo pen, $82.50

The Kaweco ballpoint pen – the pen of the White Cabana team (Johanne’s pen review)

Images via JetPens.

Writing White

The ACME rollerball pen collection is a collaboration between designers and Stylus to create contemporary writing instruments. What's more, they can be converted into fountain pens with a separate kit. Above, the "Metamorph" pen by Asymptote, $90 at Stylus.

Well, actually, it’s the writing instruments that are white, although we highly recommend opting for some white ink for your next “Dear Secret Admirer” correspondence.

As writers and fond friends of paper and pens, we’re excited to feature the ACME collection of writing instruments available at Stylus. These modern and beautiful pens are the product of industry designers’ take on this most under-rated everyday tool.

Our fave: the “Punctuation” rollerball pen by Harry Allen (pictured below). Don’t you just adore all those exclamation points and accents “aigus“?

ACME "Punctuation" pen by Harry Allen, $95

ACME "Halftone" pen by Todd Falowsky, $95

ACME "Petal" pen by Gabrielle Lewin, $95

ACME "Geometri- Blk/Wht" pen by Verner Panton, $95

Images courtesy of Stylus.