Wearingeul Lost from the Demian Literature collection is an unsaturated blue-grey. ink with medium shading. It dries in 30 seconds in a medium nib on Rhodia and has an average flow. Wearingeul ink is made in Korea.
<Lost> fountain pen ink, which expresses the wandering of Emil Sinclair, has an impressive dramatic color change and color separation. Psychological changes and conflicts he experiences in the process of “finding himself” are expressed as the ink dries and the color changes. The first color of ink gradually changes from pastel-toned navy blue to green. When the ink is completely dry, yellow is separated from the sea blue color.
Demian Literature Ink
Writing and drawing ink that shows the confusion and end of wandering for Emil Sinclair, the main character of the novel Demian by Hermann Hesse. Throughout the novel, Sinclair is seeks guidance on his life long journey of self discovery. Demian contains themes that reflect the ideas of noted psychoanalyst Carl Jung. According to Hesse, the novel is a story of Jungian individuation, the process of opening up to one's unconsciousness.
There are two inks in this series: 'Lost' and 'Mature'
Country of Origin
30 seconds in a Pilot VP medium nib on Rhodia
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