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. 2 Yi Sang series expresses the mood of 5 poems written by Yi Sang.
Architecture Infinite Cube - The ink color finds its origin in the poem of the same name by Yi Sang who portrays 'Mitsukoshi Department store' in the 1930s. It reflects the extravagance of the building's interior and exterior. The "Warm Brown" color theme of the department store interior is the base color of the ink. The impressive atmosphere of the store is reflected in green gloss.
13 Children - The color of is based on Ogamdo poem No. 1 and starts from a dark blue color base but ends at bluish green with red sheen as the ink dries. An ink with shading, sheen and a nice color change. This ink illustrates the terror of 13 children by the drastic color change of the ink.
Me and the Mirror - The color of is inspired by the poem of Yi-Sang entitled Mirror and I. A gray ink with silver shimmer that shines brilliantly as the ink dries.
A Taxidermied Genius - The color of is a wine-violet color with a unique green sheen. Based on Yi-Sang's The Wing, it depicts the agony of the intellectual in Korea around 1900.
Soyoungwije - This color, is a dark violet ink with dark brown sheen and filled with silver shimmer. A glittering ink depicting the purple night sky with brilliant moonlight. It also expresses the deep sorrow of the narrator who is preparing to break up with loved ones.