Carrying around a genuine work of art in your shirt pocket is impractical . . . unless that objet d'art is a Sensa Pen. Designed by Boyd Willat, inventor of the Day Runner organizer, the Sensa Pen has been featured at the New York Museum of Modern Art--for good reason. A Plasmium-filled pillow near the front of the pen conforms to the writer's fingers, while the ergonomic body increases control and reduces hand muscle fatigue. Its nitrogen-pressurized ink cartridge allows the Sensa Pen to write upside down, on photographs and underwater (handy for executive pool parties). The Sensa Pen is available in a wide range of colors and styles, from classy copper to vibrant "Manhattan" red.
Willat writing instruments' sensa pen