Wearingeul - Monthly World Literature ink Collection - Charlotte Bronte - Jane Eyre
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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 Charlotte Bronte’s novel “Jane Eyre”. The ink expresses the reunion at the end of the story of love, parting, and reunion with Rochester as Jane Eyre, an independent and enterprising person in the novel, entered the Rochester family as a tutor in color.
Then Ink is characterized by color separation of grey from violet in pastel tones. It was intended to symbolically express the sentence “reading, I married him” completed in the ruins with the ink in which lavender and gray colors coexist.
Wearingeul Jane Eyre
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Pastel Violet - Grey
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Supplying analog writing instruments and accessories since 1938. Third generation family-owned store based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Mike was trained by his grandfather, dad, and uncle to continue the family business of all things pens, inks, and paper.