Mark Braun: unparalleled design
In 2020, Otto Hutt will celebrate its 100th anniversary with a very special anniversary edition. None other than German star designer Mark Braun has created the limited-edition fountain pen. The portrait of an extraordinary product designer.More
Technology meets design.
The anniversary fountain pen for Otto Hutt is Mark Braun’s first design for a writing instrument. To avoid letting the manufacturing process restrict his creativity, the designer chose a consciously free approach during the design process. But what characterises Bauhaus-oriented design?More
Shaped by traditional craftsmanship
Precise craftsmanship and functional design define the essence of the Otto Hutt company – 100 years ago, today, and in its future development.More
Work in style: Black S.O.H.O. chic.
We’ll tell you how to shift your Small Office Home Office (S.O.H.O.) to the creative New York district of SoHo with just a few changes.More
The art of precise drawing.
A precise writing instrument is the basic prerequisite for every highly accurate drawing and therefore a significant criterion for technical innovation.More
Creative writing as an art and appreciation of handwriting
Calligraphy has shaped the 7,500-year history of writing and is still egarded as a valued form of art today. But it's not just about the visual design of letters. Like any form of knowledge transfer, the art of writing has its roots in its content.More
The fountain pen as a fashion piece
Fashion has many facets, and accessories have long been part of excellent style. But a fountain pen as a fashion item? Does that work? Of course it does, and an individual writing device even has plenty of trend potential.More
Digital detox: Get offline and relax
The constant medial barrage is ever-present, and thanks to the internet and smartphones, it’s nearly impossible to escape – we are consistently bombarded with information, news, and images. What helps: A digital detox to get away from online stress.More
Guilloche: Rediscovered craftsmanship
An extraordinary engraving technique that is only very rarely used today. Developed more than 300 years ago, the procedure was place on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list in 2015. Why our guilloche writing devices are truly special.More
Praising the handwritten
The new joy in writing: There are many reasons to regularly pick up a pen and paper. In our journal, we explain why writing by hand is not only enjoyable, but also makes you smart.More