I am David.
I draw pens with the pens that I'm drawing. Pens.

Ask me anything (questions about pens preferred).

This is a Sharpie.
This is one of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a Sharpie.

This is one of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a black ProMarker and gold Sharpie.

These are two of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a black pen.
This is one of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a black pen.

This is one of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a Sharpie. Or two Sharpies?
This is one (two?) of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a Sharpie. Or two Sharpies?

This is one (two?) of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a silver Uniball and a bingo dotter.

These are two of many pens drawn by poets and audience members at the first Pens By Pens live event during the Silence Found a Tongue spoken word night in South London. Artists were encouraged to sign or initial their work because, as I told them, that makes it ‘art’.

This is a Muji Calligraphy pen.
I drew it with a Muji Calligraphy pen.
These are absolutely brilliant. I’ve nearly wrecked this one but I wanted to try drawing a pen with a single stroke. And another for the cap. Can’t recommend them highly enough.

This is a Muji Calligraphy pen.

I drew it with a Muji Calligraphy pen.

These are absolutely brilliant. I’ve nearly wrecked this one but I wanted to try drawing a pen with a single stroke. And another for the cap. Can’t recommend them highly enough.

This is a line-up of Graphik Line Painter pens. 
I drew them with Graphik Line Painter pens. 
You Will Never Believe Where #20 Decided To Stand. 
Not in order. That’s where.

This is a line-up of Graphik Line Painter pens. 

I drew them with Graphik Line Painter pens. 

You Will Never Believe Where #20 Decided To Stand. 

Not in order. That’s where.

This is a blue Sakura Gelly Roll gel pen.
I drew it with a blue Sakura Gelly Roll gel pen.
It’s a perfectly understandable brand pun, but ‘Gelly’ still throws me a wobble.

This is a blue Sakura Gelly Roll gel pen.

I drew it with a blue Sakura Gelly Roll gel pen.

It’s a perfectly understandable brand pun, but ‘Gelly’ still throws me a wobble.

This is an Ultra Fine Sharpie.
I drew it with an Ultra Fine Sharpie.
Top tip: tell everyone that they are ULTRA FINE. Because you should never say anything to anyone that you would not have them believe.

This is an Ultra Fine Sharpie.

I drew it with an Ultra Fine Sharpie.

Top tip: tell everyone that they are ULTRA FINE. Because you should never say anything to anyone that you would not have them believe.