The Literature Inks of the Korean brand Wearingeul, or The Color of Literature Project, consists of different series of fountain pen inks in which the colors are inspired by the color moods of literary works. The No.4 Jung Ji Yong literature ink series expresses the colors and poetic expressions by the poems of Jung Ji Yong.
Floating Cloud - This ink based on Jung Ji-Yong's hometown is a color separation ink that expresses the color of the sky dyed in the setting sun and floating clouds at twilight. An orange color that separates as it dries into a pastel pink base.
The Night Colored In Grape - Jung Ji-Yong’s poem - The Dream of Wind and Waves inspires a violet shading ink. The pastel violet ink and calm silver glitter draws a grape colored night sky with stars. A night filled with the yearning for someone. You can express different shades of color depending on the amount of ink you use.
A Waterly Star - This ink represents shinning stars through tears on eyes. The ink starts from soft violet and it ends at periwinkle blue with silver & blue glitter. Stars that twinkle like jewels through the silver and blue shimmering touched by the periwinkle blue color of the sky.
The Exile of Flower - It is coral based ink with great shading of pink and orange. The color represents a tranquil scenery with a solitary coral flower.
The Night Colored in Grape (Standard) - The pastel violet draws a grape colored night sky with stars. The great shading shows diversity in ink.