The Fortuna collection by Montegrappa sketches in the new Credo series, dedicated to the three Semitic religions: Domes and Our Father to represent Christianity, Shema Israel to represent Judaism, and Islam Girih to represent Islam.
Domes takes inspirations from the architecture of the Eastern Orthodox Church and their onion-shaped domes, topped with the complex Russian crosses.
Fortuna Our Father
Our Father is the main prayer in Christianity, taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples. A man appeals to God for advice, with latria and thanksgiving.
Fortuna Shema Israel
"Shema Yisrael" are the first two words of a section of the Torah, meaning "Hear, o Israel". The same two words also make the title of the centerpiece prayer of the morning and evening Jewish prayer services.
Fortuna Islam Girih
Girih, Persian for "knot", is an Islamic decorative art form used in architecture and handicrafts, composed by geometric lines that create an interlaced network
Cartidge/converter filling system.Fortuna was the Goddess of Luck
for the ancient Romans, and her chance events were
closely tied to virtus or strength of character.
Montegrappa created the Fortuna collection
for those who still indulge in the pleasure of writing;
with the wish that these pens
will engender the good luck that they deserve.