Wearingeul Infinite Cube from The Color of Literature Project No. 2 collection is a dark warm-tone brown ink with medium shading and low green sheen. It dries in 40 seconds in a medium nib on Rhodia and has an average flow. Wearingeul ink is made in Korea.
‘Architecture Infinite Cube’ originates from the homonymous poem portraying the ‘Mitsukoshi Department Store’ in 1930s. The department store interior color theme ‘Warm Brown’ is the base color of the fountain pen ink while the bright green sheen represents the store's dazzling air.
‘The Color of Literature’ Project No.2
These inks express the atmosphere of Yi Sang's poems. Yi Sang (September 23, 1910 - April 17, 1937) was a Korean writer and poet who lived in Korea under Japanese rule. He is considered one of the most important and revolutionary writers of modern Korean literature.
The color motive and the feeling of words in poem are illustrated in the inks.
This series is composed of 5 inks: ‘Soyoungwije’ ‘A Taxidermied Genius’, ‘13 Children’ ‘Me in the Mirror’ and ‘Architecture Infinite Cube’.
Country of Origin
40 seconds in a Pilot VP medium nib on Rhodia
Low green sheen
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