Pen Chalet Introduces: ACME Studios

Pen Chalet is exceptionally excited to announce that we have recently partnered with ACME Studios as an authorized dealer. We now carry a large assortment of ACME pens and accessories at Pen Chalet prices.

At Pen Chalet, we carry more than 75 brands of various fine writing instruments, inks, paper, leather, and other pen related products. Each year we evaluate our brand inventory to make sure we carry the brands our loyal customers enjoy, collect, and ultimately purchase. Sometimes this means bringing in new brands, and sometimes it involves removing a brand from inventory. It all depends on what fountain pen enthusiasts tell us through their purchase history and feedback.

The revolutionary ACME Studios has been on Pen Chalet’s radar for quite some time, but for one reason or another, they were not added in years past. 2019 just became the year we can say, “better late than never!” Our newly formed relationship with ACME Studios officially brings this truly remarkable brand to our loyal Pen Chalet customers!

Continuing reading for a chance to win an ACME Rollerball pen.

About ACME Studios

ACME Studios is known for its well-phrased slogan: “Luxury by Design.” The one of a kind brand run by Adrian Olabuenaga and his wife Lesley Bailey produces extraordinary modern and contemporary product designs.

ACME Studios started as a Los Angeles, California jewelry store in 1985 working with famous designers to produce unique, contemporary jewelry. The fledgling company quickly gained international recognition as one of the first companies in the world to work with all 14 designers, known as the “Memphis Designers,” to create its jewelry pieces.

In 1988 ACME Studios relocated to the island of Maui in Hawaii. Ettore Sottsass, a world-renowned architect and one of the original Memphis Designers, was also a good friend of Adrian and Lesley. He was the designer and builder behind “Casa Maui,” and the ACME Studios warehouse (among other projects on the island). On a recent trip to Maui this summer, Pen Chalet visited Casa Maui and the ACME Studio Warehouse where we enjoyed Lesley Bailey’s unmatched Hawaiian hospitality.

ACME Studios released its first collection of fine writing instruments in 1997 using the same modern and contemporary design that skyrocketed their jewelry business to international success. The rest, including having their jewelry and fine writing instruments displayed in various museums around the world as part of permanent collections, is history.

ACME Studios always includes renowned architects or designers in the design and creation process for their unique fine writing instruments. The company has a history of creating unique and collectible writing instruments meant to inspire while they educate the public in the world of modern and contemporary art and design. ACME Studios’ dedication to outstanding design means pen enthusiasts are never disappointed. You’ll find pens by Michael Graves, Barcelona’s Antoni Gaudi, America’s Frank Lloyd Wright and even a Beatles collection of pens by this extraordinary company.

Each of ACME Studio’s standard pens come in a variety of options such as fountain pen, using a medium or fine German-made Schmidt nib, rollerball, ballpoint or even a stylus tip. Each standard pen can also be easily interchanged between the various writing tips as well.

Add something new and exciting to your fine writing instrument collection or discover the perfect piece of nostalgia to gift to a loved one with ACME Studios products now available from Pen Chalet. Happy Writing from Maui!

Sampling of ACME Studios Pens

ACME Studios Crayon Rollerball Pen

ACME Studios Crayon Rollerball Pen

ACME Studios Blueprint Rollerball Pen

ACME Studios Blueprint Rollerball Pen

ACME Studios Beatles 1968 Rollerball Pen

ACME Studios Beatles Collection (1968 Pen Pictured)

ACME Studios Playhouse Rollerball Pen

ACME Studios Frank Lloyd Wright Collection (Playhouse Pen Pictured)

ACME Studios Scale Ballpoint Pen

ACME Studios Shigeru Ban’s Scale Ballpoint Pen

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bonnie jean woolger
4 years ago

These look fun 🙂

Sara Hagen
4 years ago

This company sounds like it’s in competion with Mont Blanc. I’ll have to take a look at their pens.

Jovan Trujillo
4 years ago

Those Frank and Beetles pens look like Sherpa covers. Any chance you might stock Sherpa pen covers in the future? There was one place that sold them in Phoenix that just shut down this year. I really like putting Platinum Preppy pens in mine.

Also like that ACME makes mechanical pencils. There are not enough choices for mechanical pencils on Pen Chalet.

4 years ago

My favorite ink right now is Colorverse Andromeda. Thanks for the giveaway!

Jeri Bird
4 years ago

I like.the crayola pen

Valerie Dayman
4 years ago

So excited to see these fun pens!l

Sharon A.
4 years ago

Today’s favorite ink is Robert Oster Spearmint.

Pastor Ron Parish
4 years ago

I’ve looked at ACME Studios pens over the years and always thought I’d like to have one as they are so unique. Thank you for the opportunity to win a Crayon pan.

John Stein
4 years ago

What a cute pen!

4 years ago

This is awesome!!

4 years ago

My favorite ink is Diamine Lilac Satin.

Roy c
4 years ago

Have always kinda wanted one of these, but never pulled the trigger

4 years ago

So cute!

Jessica C
4 years ago

Diamine, Steel blue

4 years ago

I’d love new and different ball point ink colors!

Janice Wollaber
4 years ago

I absolutely love the Crayola pens, but would be hard pressed to choose a color. I could definitely see myself indulging in more than one color.
Question: Acme sells (which you carry) a unit to convert their rollerballs to a fountain pen. But would it work for this Crayola model?

Janice Wollaber
4 years ago

I absolutely love the Crayola pens, but would be hard pressed to choose just one color. I could see myself indulging in more than one color of these.
Question: Acme sells (which you carry) a unit to convert their rollerballs to a fountain pen. But would it fit the Crayola model pen?