Wearingeul's "Color of Literature" inks are inspired by literary works and the stories, scenes, and sentiments within them.
These rich and vibrant inks can be used in fountain pens and are also suitable for use with dip pens. (Take a look at our selection here.)
Human Issues is reminiscent of a withering burgundy red flower with its gorgeous dark red tone.
Path is the color of sunlight filtering through tree leaves. It features golden shimmer on an olive green base with distinctive shading.*
Half Moon with Dimmed Light evokes a moonlit winter's evening. Sky blue shimmer swims in a warm gray base.*
Me in the Mirror is the steely depths of a mirror, with a gray base and silver shimmer that sparkles as the ink dries.*
Don Quixote is named for Cervantes' most well-known character, who rides his horse Rosinante in a knight's armor. It is a reddish-brown ink with gray tones.
13 Children is a dramatic ink; it starts as a dark blue, then changes to bluish green with swaths of red.
* Wearingeul Glistening inks are suitable for fine, medium, or broad nibs but are not recommended with extra fine nibs due to their shimmer content. Even with broad nibs, we advise that you clear and clean your nib often.
Materials: fountain pen ink
Made by: Wearingeul
Made in: Korea
Packaging: glass bottle with plastic lid, paper box