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Apart from alternating between feelings of nausea and delight, there's no doubt that Bob Partington's accomplished that "wow" factor with his mechanical wonder otherwise knows as the Blood Pen.
uuuuhhhhh, ok? That was terribly nauseating! Every time that pen would let out a blob of blood onto the page, I about lost it. Anyone know why the 5 minute video when they didn't even show us up close what the heck he wrote??
Get a life - and put your blood in a real pen. This is Not Design!! Core77 come on...is anyone checking before these posts are made?
the feather is a nice touch.
If you had taken the lesson from this design, you may have taken more time to think of what your wrote. I would assume anything you wrote would have been extremely well thought-out had it been written using the medium as shown above.
i would much prefer to see one connected to a stint that was drawing his blood directly whilst he wrote.
I'm glad he didn't zoom in on the text. It was just a joke. He was writing the Declaration of Independence! Dollars to donuts that's India ink, too. ;)
disturbing indeed. and it doesnt even work well!
Has anyone seen David Tsai's blood pen? He did it like 5 years ago...
David's design is here: http://www.core77.com/competition2002/
Click on the pen in the middle.
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