MONTEGRAPPA BRAIN LIMITED EDITION GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN MEDIUM - Model: ISBNN_GE

  • MONTEGRAPPA BRAIN LIMITED EDITION GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN MEDIUM - Model: ISBNN_GE
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Specifications: Brand: Montegrappa; Country of Manufacture: Italy; Pen Type: Fountain;

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MONTEGRAPPA BRAIN LIMITED EDITION GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN MEDIUM - Model: ISBNN_GE
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Working with Dr. Richard Restak, M.D., Montegrappa is proud to announce one of the most ambitious pens in its illustrious history. He has to date written 20 books on various aspects of the human brain; two were on The New York Times Best Sellers List. His first bestseller, The Brain (1984), was also the first companion book he wrote for a PBS series. The Mind (1988) was another PBS companion book and was his second bestseller. He has written articles for various national newspapers and has appeared on radio and television programs.He has penned dozens of articles for national newspapers including: The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and The Huffington Post. He has contributed brain and neuroscience-related entries for the Encyclopædia Britannica and the Encyclopedia of Neuroscience.
To create a pen that represents the complexities of the very organ it celebrates, Montegrappa's designers drew inspiration from the brain itself. The link between the brain and the pen, with the act and art of writing serving as an extension of man's ability to express himself while exercising the brain itself, encouraged Montegrappa to illustrate this direct intellectual and physical connection. Emblematic of this is the contrast present in the pen's most basic structural elements: the top part of the pen is rich and elaborate, while the body is simple, acting as a parallel to a man's body, where all his riches are in the brain. Adorning the top of cap is a cross-section of the brain, based on an ancient illustration. The cap features an overlay made up of neurons, with the pocket clip representing the spinal cord. The clip has a spring-loaded mechanism and its tip is lacquered in red or black, to differentiate the fountain pen from the roller...