My writing tools for travels

Optimizing the luggage is a never ending task. I do it with pleasure and it gives me great results and a new way of traveling. Regarding the writing tools I remember the days, before discovering so many fountain pens and inks, when all was easier. 

There are some requirements: Full performance, simple and light. I can carry everything with me in any moment and in everywhere. "My atelier is the real world"

Currently I use the following items:

-My handmade notebook.
-MUJI passport notebook for fast notes.
-"Happy Every Day" case. I found it in 7 Eleven in Bangkok.
-Two tiny kits of watercolors.
-Plastic ruler.
-Two Stabilo markers: orange and turquoise.
-TWSBI 580 EF fountain pen.
-Two Lamy fountain pens.
-Preppy fountain pen.
-Kaweco fountain pen.
-Two disposable Zebra brushes.
-Pigma Micron 005.
-Pilot G-3.
-Rotring mechanical pencil.
-Rotring Isograph 0,10.
-Rotring Isograph 0,18.
-Airmail masking tape.
-Tiny pencil sand color.

Together with this I carry another case with spares of some of the pens, glue and inks for fountain pens.


Robecorp said...

Realmente eres mi artista de referencia más creativo y original. Saludos de este informático desde Jerez (Cadiz/España)

Kari said...

I'm curious about all your fountain pens--why so many? Do you use different inks in them? Or different tip? Your work is absolutely amazing. Thanks for sharing it so freely.

Beth Bachuss said...

I am curious about the brand and colors of watercolor that you carry. I want to make a travel kit, and you seem to be able to mix whatever colors you want from the few you have. What brand and colors do you use?

Sam Anderson said...

It is great to pack luggage with such wonderful writing tools before going on a trip to a beautiful destination. I appreciate it.
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Katherine Mills said...

Thanks for sharing a wonderful travel writing tool post. I appreciate it and travellers would love to have such writing tools with them to share their travel experience.
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