Sunday, November 4, 2012

Fude Matsuri

Nibmeister Yamada is already well known to the readers of these pages. His innovative approach to nibs and his impressive skills to manipulate them are always sources of amazement.

At the last Fuente meeting in Tokyo (October 27 and 28) he showed the latest modifications he had made for some friends. It was indeed a festival of fude nibs. First, he showed a Visconti Opera, a Twsbi Diamond 540, and a Twsbi Micarta 805 with their nibs modified.


The Visconti Opera with its 14 K gold nib.


The Twsbi Diamond 540's steel nib.


The steel nib of a Twsbi Micarta 805.


All three modified nibs together for comparison.

Later, on the spot, he modified the generic nib of a Lapita Lemon—a mostly uneventful pen sold together with the now discontinued magazine Lapita in 2005.


The Lapita Lemon pen...


...and the writing test with orange ink.

And the very rigid nibs became something more exciting. Hats off, please.

Pilot Custom Heritage 91, SFM nib – Diamine Teal

Bruno Taut
Yokohama, November 3rd, 2012
labels: plumín, Yamada, evento, Visconti, Twsbi, Lapita

2 comments:

Dr.Grace said...

Does Mr. Yamada have a website where he sells his nibs?

Bruno Taut said...

Thanks for passing by and commenting.

Mr. Yamada does not have a website for his creations. He mostly does all of them for his friends.

Thanks again,

BT

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