10 Most Creative Pens
10. Ostrich Pen
English word “pen” originated from Latin “penna” (feather of a bird) since widespread popularity was acquired by goose feathers, which were squared at the root. However using feathers to write is a thing long past. Most of the designers move from past to future, however, this designer Arizona is moving backwards resulting in this cool creation that uses an Ostrich Head and feather.
9. Hyperdermic Pen
Syringe shape injection pen with colored inks. Looks like the real thing! Just what the doctor ordered! Unique product for the medical profession. Perfect for doctors’ offices, radiology labs, hospitals and more.
8. Jack Pot Pen
Pen with slot machine handle. Feeling lucky? Crank the handle just like a real one armed bandit and let the good times roll! Medium black ink.
7. Star Wars Lego Pens
Combining Lego with Star Wars is, few would argue, a masterstroke. Combine Star Wars, Lego and stationary together an, as far as we’re concerned, you’re a damned genius.
The Star Wars Lego Pen Sets come with three pens offering Yoda, Darth Vader and R2-D2 in self assembly format – meaning all manner of creations are possible (most of them just not right).
6. Free Ride Pen
When you want to go all out with your writing utensil, look no further than the free ride from Jean Pierre Lepine’s free ride pen. The design has quite a bit of technology involved behind it. It’s asymmetric so that the center of gravity lowers in order to give the pen a tumbler effect so it won’t roll. Jean Pierre Lepine spent months researching, testing, and perfecting it.
The Free Ride is designed to be different, ergonomic, and fun. This push top ballpoint features a soft rubber like material in the vital sections where finger meets pen. Complete with a roller wheel pocket clip and a padded push button end this writing instrument is sure to get you noticed next time you need to whip out a pen in public.
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