Adult colouring enthusiasts rejoice: Original Stationery release a new range of gel pens with fine action nibs, specially designed to enable bold, intricate colouring

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Original Stationery launch the first range of gel pens specifically designed for adult colouring.

Original Stationery Gel Pens

Original Stationery Gel Pens

Most of the colouring pens currently on the market are clumsy and poorly made. Original Stationery, seeking to break this pattern, have released a set of specialist gel pens, specifically designed to enable intricate colouring.

Stroud, Gloucestershire: Colouring books have long been the domain of children, over the past few years, adults from around the world are rediscovering the wonderful joys of colour. Sadly, most of the colouring pens currently on the market are clumsy and poorly made. Original Stationery, seeking to break this pattern, have released a set of specialist gel pens, specifically designed to enable intricate colouring.

“We’re very excited about the launch of these pens,” said Jane Anderson, spokesperson for Original Stationery Ltd. “We spent a lot of time with colouring enthusiasts throughout the country in order to understand their love for colouring. We found that many of them didn't feel there were any pens on the market with which they could accomplish more intricate designs. We feel we have created a set of pens that will enable them to achieve the crisp, clean results which they desire.”

Each set of Original Stationery gel pens is outfitted with 48 unique colour choices, with a wide range of ink types to enjoy: Metallic, neon, glitter, pastel and classic. The pens have a fine 1mm nib and a diamond non-slip grip. Each set comes in a stylish case that is easy to transport.

Original Stationery Ltd.’s decision to develop and launch pens for use with adult colouring books could prove to have been timed perfectly. Throughout the world, adult colouring books are consistently best sellers. And don't expect this to change any time soon; research carried out at San Francisco State University examined whether creative pastimes could help employees recover from the demands of their jobs. The results, however, went beyond that. The study, published in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, found that people who pursue creative activities outside the office not only deal with stress better but their performance at work improves, too.

“There is so much to be gained from colouring” Anderson said. “Many of the people we spoke to truly achieve a sense of calm from colouring that they have failed to find in other outlets. Colouring means a lot to people, and we want to respect this by delivering a consistent product that will not leak or bleed through paper. Colouring is both meditative and fun, and we feel that, with the pens we have developed, our customers will finally be able achieve the results they deserve.”

For more information, or to purchase the product, please visit: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01848AB5S.
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