The Kaweco Fantasy Pen is a high quality writing instrument in raw version. Now it's up to you to embellish it yourself. Everything you can imagine is possible. For instance polymer clay, wood, gems etc.
Leave your imagination free run. On this page we show you some finished examples. Some are designed from the best polymer clay artists in the world and some are made by talented amateurs.
Kaweco Fantasy Pens are available as ballpoint pen and fountain pen.
The first impression: simple but high quality!
Best quality as best foundation for a durable, unmistakably unique piece. That is our claim.
High value push ballpoint pen made of raw brass. All chrome parts are equipped with screw threading
and be unscrewed before working with clay. Equipped with metal push mechanism and Kaweco G2 Soul refill, length 140 mm.
High value fountain pen made of raw brass. All chrome parts are equipped with screw threading and be
unscrewed before working with clay. Equipped with a big Kaweco steel nib with iridium point,
length 140 mm.
Works of art are unique. This applies to all professional artists as well as for creative amateurs. The Fantasy pen is the base.
From the "blank" beautiful unique pieces are created in a personal artistic style.
Extensive collections have been made already. The idea seems to be fascinating.
On this page we show always new and inspiring results of creative activity.
Cleo´s Jewels - INSPIRATION
Cleo’s inspiration comes from the unexpected, the extraordinary, or something as simple as a raindrop, a tree bark, a flower, or just anything that catches her attention. Without sketches, the magical connection between her hands and brain, start giving shape to her unique eye catching pieces, or as many call them, “eye candy”. The basic material for Cleo’s designs is Poly Resin combined with semi-precious stones, gold, silver, wood, leather , and sometimes also vintage acrylics and glass, all carefully selected by the artist.
Cleo’s art, as she says, is an emotion, a feeling that she naturally molds with her hands. Her infinite creative world is constantly unfolding, so expect to always be amazed by her stunning creations.
She lives with her husband on an old farmstead near Linz in Austria.
Eva has been working with polymer clay since 2007. While looking for a material to create her own soap dishes Eva discovered polymer clay as her medium. She was instantly hooked and wanted more, much more.
Leavitt comes from a conceptual art background, with many generations of interactive performance art and installations early in his career. His concern for craft and hard labor has served Leavitt in several self-designed architectural projects, including a set of “Portable Homeless Shelters” built from recycled materials used in the Seattle area since 2001.
His comment: I finished the pens with my polymer clay additions. The title of the piece is "Don't Cry Over Spilled Ink". It is cooked hard black polymer clay with a gloss clear coating.
She studied graphic design, sculpture, and painting under several of the best artisans in the region, but took many geology, history, and biology courses in order to provide herself with a solid foundation for her work. In 1968, Katherine struck out on her own as a freelance artist.
In 1975, Katherine discovered polymer clay, a medium that set her free to express her ideas in three dimensions. She soon earned a reputation as an accomplished polymer clay sculptor and attracted the attention of galleries for works she had only imagined until the right medium arrived. Today, Katherine is a published author and one of the leading and best-known figurative sculptors working in polymer clay.
Utah (USA) artist Sharon Ohlhorst has been making creations with polymer clay for over 18 years. Initially self-taught, she has both attended and taught classes in this medium and her work appears in several publications. Sharon loves the clay because of its versatility: it can be mixed, molded, shaped, caned, stamped, carved, sculpted, flattened, and/or stretched into an endless array of designs for useful and/or decorative items for the house or for personal adornment. She makes a diversity of items including jewelry, bookmarks, bottle stoppers, business card/credit card holders, pens, tablet styluses, origami style folded crane ornaments, eggs and light switch plate covers. She enjoys having a creative outlet and turning ordinary items that we use every day into works of art. She is excited to have high quality fountain pens to add to her inventory.
Teresa Conceição Silva, born in Beira, Mozambique, growing up in a family of painters and architects manifested from an early age an eager liking of colour and minute intrincate objects.
In 1993, while atending the Equipment Design course of Arts College in Lisbon, illustratres a work about Murano Glass and the “millefiori” technique with polymer clay. What started as a means of illustrating a college paper readily and easily evolved into a much loved main activity. From 1994 shows and commercializes her Murano inspired bijoux line in various crafts fairs and events in Portugal, Facebook is opening the doors to the world..
Kaweco Fantasy Pens are products of the quality range of Kaweco®, Germany. Best quality at affordable prices – that can be found in the Fantasy Pens and leaves plenty room for your own creative work.
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