Retro51 Gene Davis Rollerball. Gene Davis’s Hot Beat is part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s permanent collection. He use to say, “it seemed to feel right, as we entered the sixties, to have color that leaped right off the wall … It’s almost as if I wanted to shout, rather than to whisper.” You’ll definitely be writing boldly with this Tornado printed in matching stripes to replicate this painting
Each twist-action rollerball pen comes loaded with a rollerball refill that flows with a medium stroke. Inspired by attractive graphic patterns, the Retro51 Hot Beat Rollerball Pen is part of the collection of twist-top pens. Each pen comes packaged in a matching tube. Don’t miss this new limited edition pen! The August 2019 Rollerball is here just in time for back-to-school shopping. Even if your school days are behind you, there’s always something fun to learn. These pens are the preferred tool for those who are in a continual process of learning. The Retro51 Pen Pal Rollerball also features colorful stripes in a graphic design over brass with a silver trim finish. The pen comes packaged in a custom tube with the same visual motifs.
Each twist retractable Slider rollerball pen lives up to Retro51 quality design, but above all provides smooth writing,
The pen switches to a ballpoint with just a refill change. Retro51 Pen Pal ball/roller also features a modern design look.
This Rollerball makes people talk. This Pen happens to be the best and cutest way to write what you need. If you happen to have a “School goer” in your life, this Retro51 Hot Beat Rollerball is the perfect gift!
The pen ships complete with the Easy Flow 9000 black refill in the pen that also retracts with the knurl twist top. The styling of the Tornado pen line also brings exceptional value to any pen collection. The pen comes in tube packaging, that looks good when used as a pen stand. Buy one, and you are going to like the way you write!
Finally, Queue up for unique and antique writing instrument – presented by Retro 51 Smithsonian Series