Acme Studio On Sullivan Convertible Pen. These limited edition pens will only be available once. This pen’s design mimics the iconic dance moves Elvis was famous. This Acme pen is the FIRST of a series of five limited edition pens, each collection has a limit of 1956 pieces. Together, all five pens constitute a remarkable tribute to the King of Rock and Roll.
This rollerball is perfect for Elvis fans everywhere. After they sold out, no more in that design will reach the market. They also come packaged in colorful cases.
The Acme pen for sale here is number 511 of 1956 pens of The SECOND series of five limited editions for Elvis. They limited all these five editions to 1956 pieces each: “On Stage” “On Sullivan,” Elvis “Jail House Rock,” Elvis “The Comeback” and finally Elvis “Blue Suede Shoes.” All these editions also constitute a great collectible of the “King” of Rock and Roll.
What makes this Acme pen unique is its ability to function as both a roller ball or a fountain pen, using a simple conversion kit that, in turn, uses either cartridges or a standard converter.
Acme Studio On Sullivan Convertible Pen
In 1985 Adrian Olabuenaga and his wife Lesley Bailey funded ACME Pens in Los Angeles. ACME PENS 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 pens released an extensive selection of over one hundred pieces. Titled MEMPHIS DESIGNERS for ACME, with the help of writer Barbara Radice and, Ettore Sottsass.
Furthermore, their pen collection changed the jewelry industry. In the same way, the Memphis Group’s changed the design world. ”ACME PENS released his first collection in 1997. Designs by Frank Lloyd Wright, Piet Mondrian, Michael Graves, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, and others made the collection.