Brand: Wearingeul Volume: 30 ml Waterproof: No Shimmer: No Ink Type: Fountain Pen Ink
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 spheres of literary works. The color motif and feel of words in literature is illustrated in the inks. This color is part of the "Monthly Literature" series in which an ink is released every month based on a famous literary work.
The "Resurrection" Literature Ink is based on the book of the same name by Leo Tolstoy. This Wearingeul fountain pen ink represents the cold wind and snow of Siberia with pastel blue mint color and soft hues.
The "Jane Eyre" Literature Ink is based on the book of the same name by Charlotte Bronte. This Wearingeul fountain pen ink illustrates the last scene of the novel, the reunion. From the pastel violet, gray color becomes divided.
The "Metamorphosis" Literature Ink is based on the book of the same name by Franz Kafka. This Wearingeul fountain pen ink focuses on the tragedy of suddenly becoming a beetle This ink shows burgundy red with copper colored sheen. Violet color appears when it is written on very fountainpen friendly paper.
The 'Beneath the Wheel' ink is names after the 1906 novel of Herman Hesse. It represents the growing youth and suppressing society of old generation. As the ink dries, the black border line becomes more vivid.
The "For Whom The Bell Tolls" ink is based on the 1940 novel by Ernest Hemingway. This ink represents the blood splattered on the ruins of war. Dark red sheen on top of a bluish-green base.
The "Don Quixote" ink is based on the Spanish epic novel by Miguel de Cervantes, originally published in two parts. The first was in 1605; The second in 1615. This ink illustrates the armor 'Don Quixote' wore in Rosinante. Gray tone shades on reddish brown ink.
"Pride and Prejudice" ink demonstrates the confrontation between love and wealth with color. Love is represented by vivid pink and wealth is also symbolized with golden sheen. Based on the 1813 novel of manners by jane Austen, it follows the romance between headstrong Elizabeth Bennet and the surly Mr. Darcy as they discover the repercussions of hasty judgements and the difference between superficial goodness and actual goodness.
"No Longer Human" ink shows the physically and mentally ruined landscape of a man. The darkened pastel violet is streaked with bleak grey tones, creating an overall desaturated effect. Based on the 1948 novel by Osamu Dazai. This book explores recurring themes in the author's life such as social alienation, suicide and depression.