Noodler’s Ink 2011 Artist Prize-LAST DAY to receive entries is 2/28/2012.

 Following are the images of  the artwork entries that we have received for our 2011 Art Contest   … [Read more...]

Warden’s Inks

The newest series of Noodler's Ink is the most advanced fraud resisting inks in the world - and is more durable in certain advanced technical testing than every fraud resisting rollerball and gel pen ink currently on the market. The Warden’s ink series addresses some POTENTIAL tools of the forger that have not yet been observed in general use by law enforcement. They are “combination lock” inks that have set ageing … [Read more...]

Black Swan in Australian Roses

This ink exhibits a rose halo on certain papers on both sides of the line, as well as exhibiting darker shading on the edges of lines where the tine of the nib touches the page or a side of an italic nib lays a firmer line. It is approximately 16% “bulletproof” and is made up of dyes with multiple properties in order to generate the various shading and different tones under various light sources (it will look different in … [Read more...]

#41 Brown

Having met the Senator Elect some time ago and knowing how incredibly frustrating it is for any challenger in a Massachusetts election to win or even be given a chance by the pundits (you see, Massachusetts senate elections were - until recently - all quite pre-determined affairs having little to do with any democratic contest)....and having seen many a race without so much as a challenger on the ballot from the almost … [Read more...]

Reformulated GI Green

GI Green has been reformulated into a darker and more durable green with improved multi-spectrum shading. It is no longer as close a replica to the conventional green of the war years that it was originally based upon. It is now slightly less true to the historic accuracy of the "government issue green" color of the "regular" uniform and classic army Willys jeep - but it is hoped the utility to the modern user has been … [Read more...]

Reformulated Polar Brown

After receiving feedback from customers, Polar Brown has been made a more conventional color - though still a completely bulletproof, freeze resisting, lubricated ink - it is now a striking dark brown ink. It remains extremely durable, but now has the more conservative color most of our customers requested that it become. The older version bi-gravity Polar Brown with the "orange halo flames" is being phased out (both due … [Read more...]

Warden’s Ink Series: Bad Black Moccasin & Bad Belted Kingfisher

These inks are in the same line as "Bad Blue Heron" only they represent further and more durable developments in the hindering of potential new tools of forgers discovered by the Yale scholar Nicholas Masluk. To defeat new forms of forgery using modern technology and advanced forms of document alteration has required great efforts on the part of the company to research and develop the means to prevent such abuse of … [Read more...]

Green, Pink, Orange Highliter Inks

The “Dragon Series” highlighter inks are named in reference to their label artwork – depicting a serpentine catfish dragon…something mythical and strange as are the effects in different reflected light sources of these inks. * While supplies last (WSL) there will be a few 16 oz bottles available – and also WSL every bottle issued of these three inks after August 14th, 2009 will include a lithium powered black light LED as … [Read more...]

Dark Matter

These are all vintage replica inks that exhibit classic period ink behaviors with mild (when compared to our modern bulletproof and eternal inks) water resistance upon the page (particularly after the passage of time, a week or so or more upon the page will increase the ability to resist water). Please bear in mind these are classic style inks and will NOT exhibit the durability of the more modern eternal and bulletproof … [Read more...]

V-mail Ink Series

A few weeks ago we obtained some dated, sealed, and viable vintage area inks with extremely patriotic labels (this, to us - is a rare opportunity to examine earlier industrial history first hand!). Many referenced "V-mail", a term that seems to have begun in WW I. These were dated from 1939 to 1945 – and of course began in earnest after Dec. 7th, 1941 with the patriotic WW II themes. With those inks as models and a … [Read more...]

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