Air Pollution Ink

As long as we keep burning fossil fuels, we'll have to deal with air pollution. Air Pollution Ink uses it to create something worthwhile. By capturing pollution at the source — a car's exhaust pipe — students at the MIT Media Lab can turn it into carbon black ink. Every 45 minutes of driving renders 1 ml of liquid ink, which is then used to fill the 2mm, 15mm, 30mm, and 50mm markers, as well as the 150ml containers of screen printing ink.

  • Tombow Airpress Pen

    Having a great pen you can rely on no matter where you take it isn't as common as you might think. That's why the reliability of pens like this Tombow Airpress Pen are so amazing. It's a pressure-refill pen that gives you the ability to toss it in your bag and be sure it will write consistently each time you reach for it thanks to the patented pressurized technology it employs. You also get a comfortable rubberized grip and a metal clip to attach it wherever you want it to stay. One click pressurizes the refill for 492 feet of upside-down writing, making it a great choice for folks that work outdoors, write on wet paper, or just need a tough lightweight pen to get their thoughts on paper at a moment's notice.

  • Kosmos Pen

    Inspired by nature and styled to perfectly match the sleek gadgets you already carry, the Kosmos Pen makes a great addition to your EDC kit. Its Red Dot Award-winning design is based on the Golden Ratio, and is crafted from a solid block of aluminum. A novel magnetic closure lets you open and close the pen with a simple motion, and also provides clear visual and tactile feedback on the current state of the pen. It's also compatible with any Parker-style G2 refill, so while the design is highly unique, you won't need to track down obscure ink refills.

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