Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks
Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks

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Wearingeul (30ml) World Literature Inks

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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.

"Resurrection" is based on the book of the same name by Leo Tolstoy. This fountain pen ink represents the cold wind and snow of Siberia with pastel blue mint color and soft hues.

"Jane Eyre" is based on the book of the same name by Charlotte Bronte. This 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.

'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.

"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.

"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.

"A Doll's House" is a three-act play written by Henrik Johan Ibsen in 1879. It was a controversial play at the time for portraying the tragic hypocrisy of Victorian middle class marriage on the stage. The play ushered in a new social era and "exploded like a bomb into contemporary life".

"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" is an 1876 novel by Mark Twain about a boy growing up along the Mississippi River. In the novel, Tom Sawyer has several adventures, often with his friend Huckleberry Finn.  It was one of the first novels to be written on a typewriter."

"The Great Gatsby" is a 1925 novel by American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald set in the Jazz Age on Long Island, near New York City. This ink depicts the hedonism and prevailing disillusionment of the 1920s with its navy-violet base and dark golden sheen.

 "Macbeth" is a tragic play written by William Shakespeare. It is thought to have been first performed in 1606. It dramatizes the damaging physical and psychological effects of political ambition on those who seek power. This ink is the color of prophecy, with its gloomy, cool gray base and mysterious violet glitter.

"Faust" is a play written by the German author Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Based on the German legend, the story follows the erudite Faust who is highly successful yet dissatisfied with his life, which leads him to make a pact with the Devil at a crossroads, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures. This ink is the color of devilish seduction with its violet-black base overlaid with a faint green sheen.

"King Lear" is a tragic play written by William Shakespeare based on the mythical King Leir of Britain. In the play, he divides his kingdom among the two daughters who flatter him and banishes the third one who loves him. His eldest daughters both then reject him at their homes, so Lear goes mad and wanders through a storm. This depicts this tragic irony with a cool gray base, overlaid with vivid, red shimmer.

"Dracula" is a novel by Bram Stoker, published in 1897. An epistolary novel, the narrative is related through letters, diary entries, and newspaper articles. It opens with solicitor Jonathan Harker taking a business trip to stay at the castle of a Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula. Harker escapes the castle after discovering that Dracula is a vampire, and the Count moves to England. A small group, led by Abraham Van Helsing, hunt Dracula and, in the end, kill him.

"Phantom of the Opera" is a Gothic horror novel by French author Gaston Leroux. It is partly inspired by historical events and rumors that surrounded the newly constructed Paris Opera House at the time. The story revolves around the tragic love triangle between fictional opera singer Christine Daaé, her childhood love, Vicomte Raoul de Chagny and the mysterious entity haunting the Opera house, known only as the 'Phantom'.

"The Secret Garden" is a novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett and a classic of English children's literature. The story centers around the spoilt and bad-tempered Mary Lennox who is orphaned at the age of ten. She is sent away from British colonial India to live with her hunchback uncle on the Yorkshire Moors. At first, she is utterly miserable, but gradually her new friendships and the discovery of a secret garden in the grounds of the house begin to change her.

"Hamlet" is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare. Set in Denmark, the play depicts Prince Hamlet and his attempts to exact revenge against his uncle, Claudius, who has murdered Hamlet's father in order to seize his throne and marry Hamlet's mother. It is considered among the most powerful and influential tragedies in the English language.

"Othello" is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare, probably in 1603. The story revolves around two characters: Othello, a Moorish military commander who was serving as a general of the Venetian army in Cyprus and Iago, Othello's malevolent ensign who maliciously stokes his master's jealousy until the usually stoic Moor kills his beloved wife in a fit of blind rage.

"Romeo" is named for the hero of William Shakepeare's famous tragic romance, Romeo and Juliet. It has navy black base color representing countless hardship developed from discord between Montague family and Capulet family. Also, mysterious violet glitter shines on the ink illustrating the tragic love ended with misunderstanding and death.

"Robinson Crusoe" is a novel by Daniel Defoe presented as an autobiography of the title character who spends 28 years on a remote tropical desert island encountering cannibals and mutineers before being rescued. This ink illustrates emerald blue ocean and green island which Robinson encountered when he had become a castaway. As blue and green isolates, the ink draws vivid borderline just like a solitary island on the ocean.

"Daddy Long Legs" is a 1912 epistolary novel by Jean Webster. It follows Jerusha "Judy" Abbott, as she leaves an orphanage and is sent to college by a benefactor whom she has never seen. his ink illustrates the color of Judy Abbott who went to college and became a lady thanks to her patron. Golden glitter shines on a pastel pink base color representing the two main characters in the novel. 

"Anne of Green Gables" is a 1908 novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Written for all ages, it recounts the adventures of 11 year old orphan girl, Anne Shirley, sent by mistake to two middle-aged siblings, Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert. The novel recounts how Anne makes her way through life. This ink draws the character of Anne Shirley with vivid red color. Colored with thick stroke, green sheen appears on the bright red base ink expressing imaginative but little bit troublesome character of Anne.

"The Brothers Karamazov" is the last novel by Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky. This ink depicts the murder and family conflict between the brothers with vivid forest green bordered by a red sheen.