Wearingeul - Monthly World Literature ink Collection - Franz Kafka - Metamorphosis
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Wearingeul’s reading the colors of Literature project was created to express the emotions with the use of color.
This ink was inspired by Franz Kafka’s novel “Metamorphosis". The motif of metamorphosis was made by focusing on the tragedy after suddenly turning into an insect rather than paying attention to the process of change. The color of the Ink is maroon-colored frames on a reddish-brown ink base. The transition of the ink from I wine color to a dark burgundy signifies the metamorphosis of the character in the novel.
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Red-Brown to a Dark Burgundy
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