Wearingeul A Star Spattered Hill from The Color of Literature Project No. 1 collection is a golden yellow ink with low shading and gold shimmer. It dries in 70 seconds in a medium nib on Rhodia and has an average flow. Wearingeul ink is made in Korea.
‘A Star Spattered Hill’ ink, especially focusing on ‘star’, inspired from the words ‘a star spattered hill’ in the poem ‘Counting the stars at night’ by Yun Dong Ju. This fountain pen ink is amber yellow with gold shimmer, illustrating the hill where numerous stars rain.
‘The Color of Literature’ Project No.1
These inks express the atmosphere of Yun Dong Ju’s poems. Yun Dong Jun (December 30, 1917 - February 16, 1945) was a Korean poet born in China who was know for his emotional poetry and resistance poetry against the Japanese colonialism and occupation of Korea. Yun’s poetry is notable for the childlike persona of his narrators, sensitive awareness of a lost hometown, and an unusual scapegoat mentality deriving from a sense of shame at not being able to lead a conscientious life in a period of gloomy social realities.
The color motive and the feeling of words in poem are illustrated in the inks.
This first series is composed of 4 inks: ‘The Sky, Seasons Passing By’ ‘A Star Spattered Hill’ ‘Stars in Autumn’ and ‘Shoot the Moon
A Star Spattered Hill
Country of Origin
70 seconds in a Pilot VP medium nib on Rhodia
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