Coolest Pens Ever by Jessica Hodges
Leaf Pen $12.99 each
This pen is so cute…reminds me of a warm summer day; I can almost smell the clover! The site says ‘new insects will be available’; I’d like to see a giant, fuzzy tarantula…
Mont Blanc and Van Cleef & Arpels, cost $730,000
Taking “Bling” to Another Level
One word: ridiculous. With over 840 diamonds and 20 carats in gemstones, this writing instrument is the ultimate in excess, clocking in as “the world’s most expensive pen” (and probably warranting its own insurance policy). The price of a New York chunk of real estate, this would definitely not be the pen you’d casually drop in your pocketbook. In fact, this pen scares me a little bit.
Graduate Feather Bird Pens
These hilarious, foofy-looking feathered friends are perfect pens for the grad on your list…I like that they have only one foot.
This hand-painted pen is so realistic, you might be tempted to take a bite…I wonder if the ink smells like oranges?
Sushi Pen $8.99 each
My first reaction was, “What the…?” For the sushi lover on your menu (or the owner of a Japanese restaurant), here’s a delectable assortment sure to amuse the pickiest pen connoisseur. I wonder: is the ink made of wasabi? This is definitely one of the most random collection of pens I’ve ever seen.
Secret Agent Invisible Pen $12.99 each
Go, Gadget, Go!
Shhh, it’s a secret! Be your own MacGyver with this totally dorky yet fun pen…it seems like it’d be the ultimate pen for passing notes, so buy one for your BFF, too (I only wish I had one when I was in school)!
Egyptian Pen #1 – $12.99 each
Walk, er…Write Like An Egyptian!
These eclectic pens would probably make a great gift for anyone who collects strange stuff, digs the National Geographic channel or frequents mummy exhibits. Either way, they’re definitely unique & look like something from a museum gift-shop.
Fascinating PuzzlePen $4.95 each
I HEART THE 80’s
One of my personal faves, I love how they advertise: “Great For Boring Seminars” – classic. For anyone who rocked a Rubik’s Cube and all of its knock-off puzzle cousins (remember the Pyraminx?), this pen is genius…I think I want one.