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ACME Studio Henry II Rollerball Pen (Designed by Stefan Sagmeister)
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ACME Studio Henry II Rollerball Pen (Designed by Stefan Sagmeister)

Designed by Stefan Sagmeister

Item # pac483


ACME Studio's Henry II Rollerball Pen comes alive with the design of world renown graphic artist, Stefan Sagmiester. Some of Sagmiester's most famed projects have been with Rolling Stones, David Byrne, Lou Reed, Aerosmith, and more. The hypnotic, intricate network of lines creates a maze bound to attract any viewer's eye. Lightweight and well crafted, the pen rests comfortably in your hand and the non-drying, fine point glides smoothly across any page. The pen arrives in a lined metal carrying case with a story card including the artist's/designer's biography. A perfect gift ready to give, although once you see it you might just want to keep it for yourself.
  • Snap On/Off Cap
  • Black Ink
  • Screen-Printed Maze Design
  • Brass Body w/ Hand-Applied Lacquer
  • Sagmeister's Signature Imprinted on Silver Cap Band
  • ACME Imprint on Silver Clip
Made In - Brooklyn, New York, USA

Additional Info

STEFAN SAGMEISTER is among today's most important graphic designers. Born in Austria in 1962, he now lives and works in New York. Following stints at M & Co. in New York and as creative director at the Hong Kong office of the advertising agency Leo Burnett, Austrian native Stefan Sagmeister formed the New York based Sagmeister Inc. in 1993. He has designed graphics and packaging for the Rolling Stones, David Byrne, Lou Reed, Aerosmith and Others... His work has been nominated four times for the Grammys and has won many international design awards. Sagmeister also took on other projects, such as his AIGA lecture posters. The obscenely elongated wagging tongues of 1996's Fresh Dialogue talks series, and a Headless Chicken strutting across a field for 1997's conference, culminated in the drama of Sagmeister's scarred, knife-slashed torso for 1999's AIGA Detroit. In June 2000, Sagmeister took a year off to concentrate on experimental projects and a book Sagmeister, subtitled Made You Look. The worst of the "bad stuff" was a 1996 series of CD-Rom covers for a subsidiary of the Viacom entertainment group. "Don't take on any more bad jobs," Sagmeister scolded himself in his diary. "I have done enough bullshit lately, I just have to make time for something better. Something good."


  • Pen Style
    • Pen Type
    • Rollerball
    • Pen Style
    • Snap Cap
    • Pen Body Material
    • Brass
    • Finish Type
    • Lacquer
    • Ink Color
    • Black
    • Pen Series
    • ACME Rollerball
  • Pen Refill
    • Refillable Pen
    • Yes
    • Pen Refill Type
    • Rollerball
  • Pen Accessories
    • Pen Clip
    • Built-in
    • Packaging
    • Silver Tin Box
  • Upsells
    • GoesWith
    • ACME Fountain Pen Conversion Kit