Wearingeul takes inspiration from different writers and works of literature through history and create vivid, high quality inks. Their aim is to enjoy and appreciate the essence of literature in our lives and to encourage a more emotional lifestyle where everything has meaning.
The World Myths and Legends collection features inks inspired by different myths and legends throughout history from all over the globe.
Hwanung - According to Korean Mythology, Hwanung was the son of the god, Hwanin, who came down to the human world and played a role in founding Gojoseon, the first kingdom of Korea. The ink aims to show the color of a cloudy, windy sky with shading of dusty sky blue and dark violet.
Tsukuyomi - Known as the moon god in Japanese mythology and Shintoism, there is little known about Tsukuyomi, including their gender. According to legend, Tsukuyomi was the second of three noble children and was born after the creator of Onogoroshima, Izanagi-no-Mikkoto, ventured into and escaped the underworld. They were born alongside their siblings, the sun goddess Amaterasu and Susanoo-no-Mikoto.
Vayu - Vayu is the god of wind and air in India. It illustrates the color of wind and air which are invisible but can be felt. Based of crystal clean emerald green, light and soft pink appears as the ink dries
Chaac - The Mayan god of lightning and rain, Chacc hits cloud and makes lightning thunder. Chaac ink symbolizes the land of Maya with orange brown color. Also, golden glitter represents lightning and silver glitter represents rain drops.
Verethragna - The god of war and victory in Ancient Persia. The vivid violet color shows the powerful strength and dauntless mind of Veretheragna. Also, there comes black sheen on the edge of the ink.
Enki - The god of wisdom and water in Sumerian mythology. Enki is an impressive ink with dramatic color separation. From the enigmatic blue color, a mystical violet color rises, and like sunlight shimmering on flowing water, golden glitter gleam above the ink.
Zemyna - the Lithuanian deity of the land, the goddess of nature, and also the god of death. This ink captures the natural cycle of life returning to the earth and sprouting anew. It begins with a green hue, which gradually separates into mocha brown and a subtle green, accompanied by glimmers of gold and green glitter.