Composition BookMead Five-Star NotebookMoleskineCrumbled Loose Leaf PaperTabletStrathmore Sketch Pad
Van Gogh's "Starry Night"Leonardo da Vinci's "The Vitruvian Man"Andy Warhol's "Marilyn Monroe"An anonymous child's untitled scribbleBanksy's "Nobody Likes Me"M.C. Escher's "Drawing Hands"
HelveticaComic SansTimes New RomanEdwardian ScriptBitstream Vera Sans MonoImpact
Keurig K-CupsCappuccinoVanilla Bean FrappuccinoShot of EspressoRed BullMilk
Ernest Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls"Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice"Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales"Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"Dr. Seuss's "Green Eggs and Ham"Jack Kerouac's "On the Road"
What Type Of Pen Are You?
Reliable, modest, and inexpensive—you're the kind of person everybody loves to have handy. Sure, sometimes you might be forgotten in somebody's pocket and ruin a pair of jeans or two in the dryer, but that's not your fault. It's ours. And we'd be lost without you.
Talk about dependable. Bic doesn't have sh— on the Pilot G-2 series. A retractable premium gel-ink roller pen with varying degrees of fineness, you've got the best of both worlds: practicality and precision. You're underrated, but don't let that get to you. You're moment is coming, G-2ers.
Old-school cool and known for your stylized flourish, the calligraphy pen is, and always will be, the standard-bearer for all things compositional. You're creative, detail-orientated, and hopelessly romantic. While the rest of the world struggles with basic cursive, you're out there making typographical art. Embrace your antiquity and show those gel-ink rollers how it's done.
You're a compositional non-conformist and you're proud of it. You're the kind of personal who highlights whole passages without having really read it. (You skimmed, we know). A useful resource that almost everybody kept in their pencil bag from middle school, you're not the most effective writing utensil, but you've got more soul than all of those other black and blue ink-holes combined.
Not a pen per se—but every bit as important—you're the most fundamental writing utensil in the office supply aisle. Versatile, rugged, and all but forgotten by college, pencil people aren't afraid of making mistakes, and when your teacher hands out Scantrons, they're the only ones you can trust to get the job done right.