Pencils.com Introduces Jstory

We are happy to announce the newest product line to Pencils.com: Jstory. Jstory was founded in 2006 and is based in Korea. They create notebooks, planners, and other stationery that are practical and pleasing to the eye. We discovered Jstory products at Paperworld, one of the biggest stationery shows in the world. Out of all the stationery […]


Pencils for Kids – Myanmar Mission Trip

Pencils.com has been donating 5% of every purchase made on the site to a few organizations, one of which is an organizations called Pencils for Kids.  We have been a long time supporter for Pencils For Kids, which is an organization dedicated to helping children in developing countries.  Retta Jitner founded Pencils for Kids with the […]


About Me: Nick

As a new member to the Pencils.com team, I wanted to properly introduce myself to our loyal fans and followers. My name is Nick and I am the new brand manager for Pencils.com. I am an environmentalist, musician, photographer, and a fan of all things analog. I studied Environmental Studies and Geography, and I love […]

Pencils and Vinyl Records

Tomorrow, April 16, 2016 is Record Store Day, an annual event dedicated to supporting your local record store!  Hundreds of people of various ages and from different walks of life gather to show their support and buy physical copies of albums and limited run pressings of their favorite artists. Now, you may be asking yourself, why is […]


Pencil Artist of the Week: Pencilir

This week’s featured pencil artist is DeviantArt contributor “Pencilir”, a graphite artist who creates portraits of cartoon characters, celebrities, and original creations. Pencilir is a self taught hobbyist focused on growing their creative skills by tackling different subject matter in their various pieces. Pencilir also utilizes blending stumps and kneaded erasers for blending, highlighting and additional […]

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Pencil Artist of the Week: Alex Ruiz

This week’s featured pencil artist is Alex Ruiz, a US base graphite artist who creates portraits of horror and science fiction icons. Alex’s primary tools are Tombow graphite grades 4B-6B. In addition to pencils, Alex also utilizes water color tubes, color pencils, and white ink pens for highlights on his pieces. His portraits often feature several […]