Organics Studio Arsenic Grey
Fountain Pen Ink Review
Pen: Lamy 2000, Binderized Medium Nib
Ink: Organics Studio Arsenic
Paper: Kyokuto F.O.B. COOP – Dot Grid – B5
Notes: I recently acquired a few bottles of Organics Studio inks, and this grey really stood out. It’s pretty awesome. It’s got a very wet flow and it’s super smooth. It’s pretty much a perfect fit with my Lamy 2000’s tuned up medium nib. The generous flow makes the ink shade nicely as well, I’m sure it would be great in a flex nib or italic. It reminds me of the Iroshizuku kiri-same, but I think this ink has a bit more generous flow to it. It’s a great daily driver, in that the color is conservative enough but it’s still a little interesting. I’m really happy with how the ink writes and I can’t wait to review the rest of the Organics Studio inks I have!
- Nice shading
- Great flow
- Super smooth
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