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Wearingeul Mind Ink

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  • Wearingeul Mind Ink
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  • Wearingeul Mind Ink
  • Wearingeul Mind Ink
  • Wearingeul Mind Ink
  • Wearingeul Mind Ink

Wearingeul

Wearingeul Mind Ink

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'The Mind' fountain pen ink was inspired by Natsume Soseki's masterpiece 'The Mind,' darker than his other works. The ink expresses the duality and naivety within the teacher character, who is seemingly revered by everyone. 'The Mind' Ink is a color separation ink in which the ink's color separates as it dries. When the dark pastel blue-violet base color dries, the yellow within the ink is separated from the violet and reveals its color.

Natsume Soseki Literature Ink

Soseki's fiction is the motivation of the ink. The different characteristics of his three distinct works are expressed as ink products. 

Natsume Soseki (February 9, 1867 - December 9, 1916) was a Japanese novelist best know for his novels Kokoro, Botchan, I Am a Cat, Kusamakura, and an unfinished work Light and Darkness. In the 21st century, there has been a global emergence of interest in Soseki's works with many of them being translated into new languages. In 2013 the complete collection of his long works was translated into Korean.

There are three inks in this series: 'I Am a Cat' 'Sanshiro' and 'The Mind'