Acme Studio Alphabet Convertible Pen is a design by Rod Dyer. The model has white alphabet letters on a black background with chrome accents. Besides, the pen comes with one black roller ball refill. The artist’s signature appears on the cap band and the brand name”ACME” seems to be etched on the clip. Finally, each pen comes presented in an ACME metal box with a black sleeve and ACME literature.
What makes this pen unique is its ability to function as both a roller ball or a fountain pen. This transformation takes place through a conversion kit, available here. The fountain pen can use either cartridges or a converter.
Acme Studio Alphabet Convertible Pen
In 1985 Adrian Olabuenaga and his wife Lesley Bailey funded ACME Studios in Los Angeles. ACME made its first appearance with a limited edition collection designed for them by Peter Shire. A Los Angeles based member of the well known Memphis Group. Soon after the initial debut, ACME released an extensive selection of over one hundred pieces. Titled MEMPHIS DESIGNERS for ACME, with the help of writer Barbara Radice and, Ettore Sottsass.
Their WRITING TOOLS Collection changed the jewelry industry. In the same way, that the Memphis Group’s furniture changed the design world. ” The first collection of ACME WRITING TOOLS was released in 1997. Designs by Frank Lloyd Wright, Piet Mondrian, Michael Graves, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, and others made the collection.
ACME’s Corporate Gifts are always a cut above all others and are ideally designed to promote you, your company, or your service. Because of their superior quality products, combined with a good design, and the use of printing techniques. ACME WRITING TOOLS is not only the perfect gift for your employees or customers, but they are also collectible and will go up in value over time.
They have been a pen market leader for over 30 years. Their products are of high quality and reasonably priced. To achieve this, they use the best materials, the finest lacquers available, flawless craftsmanship, and unique design.