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Published on Dec 14, 2009
Here is Noodler's Ink "The Whiteness of the Whale" as seen under a fluorescent black light. Note the pen is writing upon a sheet of brittle 1930s paper placed upon very soft cloth. There is no hard backing and the paper is extremely fragile! No ball point, roller ball, or gel pen could write without any pressure as this fountain pen does in this circumstance, requiring only that the bead of ink at the pen tip barely touch the page (a ball pen would destroy such delicate paper through the force needed to produce a line with one). Note also the transparent label and how the ink fluoresces brightly through the glass, as well as the clear pen. When expelled from the fountain pen to mark the page, the ink did not feather and held a stable boarder line. This white fluorescing fountain pen ink (which, once dry upon cellulose paper - remains as the rock of Gibraltar vs. water/solvents/UV light, etc...yet rinses off plastic with simple tap water) is a one of a kind, and only available from Noodler's Ink.