Van Dieman'sWilderness Series - Azure Kingfisher (Shimmer)
The color was inspired by the stunningly beautiful Tasmanian Azure King Fisher, whose plumage is a remarkably entrancing blue with a unique deep red sheen.
Van Dieman'sWilderness Series - Devil's Kitchen
Van Dieman's ink found inspiration for this teal blue ink on the rugged coast of Tasmania. in The Devil’s kitchen
Van Dieman'sWilderness Series - Black Tongue Spider Orchid
This color was inspired by the exotic and enticing Black tongue spider orchid (Caladenia caudata).
Van Dieman'sThe Midnight Series - Sailor's Delight
Sailor’s Delight Inspired by the beautiful fire-lit sky at dusk over sea, giving good hopes of a calm night’s travels.
Van Dieman'sTassie Seasons (Winter) Launceston Fog
This Van Dieman's ink has a shadow variation between black and the lightest grey to mimic winters mist.
Van Dieman'sTassie Seasons (Winter) Morning Frost (shimmer)
This Van Dieman's ink starts with bitter cold blue-gray and dries up to shiny silver that blends with the underlying color to look almost metallic.
Van Dieman'sTassie Seasons (Autumn) Deciduous Beech
This van Dieman's ink is a bright and light orange, much more so than the others in the Van Dieman's ink range.
Van Dieman'sThe Midnight Series - Howl at the Moon (Shimmer)
Howl at the Moon Howl at the moon is a silver shimmered dark yellow ink, inspired by the image of a full yellow moon silhouetting a lone alpha wolf.
Van Dieman'sTassie Seasons (Autumn) Pixie Parasols
These beautiful and delicate little mushrooms lend their name and colour to this ink, which is easily the lightest blue in the Van Dieman's Range.
Van Dieman'sOriginal colors - Bay of Fires Red
Van Dieman's Bay of Fires Red fountain pen ink is a colorful sea of flames.
Van Dieman'sThe Wilderness Series - Huon Pine
The Huon Pine fountain pen ink by Van Dieman's inks is inspired by the Lagarostrobes Franklinii, an old yet endangered tree that is 3500 years old.
This Van Dieman's ink is by far the lightest green in the Van Dieman's Range, and was used to great effect on the artwork of the Tassie Season's labels Read more
Van Dieman'sTassie Seasons (Spring) Macleay's Swallowtail Butterfly
This Van Dieman's ink is by far the lightest green in the Van Dieman's Range, and was used to great effect on the artwork of the Tassie Season's labels