Monthly World Literature Ink
WearingeulA Doll's House - Wearingeul
A Doll’s House by Henrik Johan Ibsen is the inspiration for this deep dark Wearingeul fountain pen ink.
WearingeulNo Longer Human - Wearingeul
The 'No longer human' ink is named after a book by Osamu Dazai. From the darkened pastel violet a gray color shows up making the overall ink desaturated.
WearingeulResurrection - Wearingeul
This Wearingeul fountain pen ink represents the cold wind and snow of Siberia with pastel-toned blue mint color and soft shading.
WearingeulMetamorphosis - Wearingeul
This Wearingeul fountain pen inkt focusus on the tragedy of suddenly becoming a beetle This ink shows burgundy red with copper colored sheen.
WearingeulJane Eyre - Wearingeul
Deze Wearingeul vulpeninkt illustreert de laatste scène van de roman, de reünie. Van het pastelviolet wordt de grijze kleur verdeeld.
WearingeulBeneath the Wheel - Wearingeul
The 'Beneath the wheel' ink is names after the 1906 novel of Herman Hesse.
WearingeulFor Whom the Bell Tolls - Wearingeul
The 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' ink is named after the 1940 novel of Ernest Hemingway. It is situated at the Spanish Civil War
Article code 051WSBR
The 'Don Quixote' ink is named after Miguel de Cervantes' novel of the same name. This ink illustrates Don Quixote in his armor as he rides on Rosinante. The gray shading shades on the reddish brown color of the ink. Read more
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WearingeulDon Quixote - Wearingeul
The 'Don Quixote' ink is named after Miguel de Cervantes' novel of the same name. This ink illustrates Don Quixote in his armor as he rides on Rosinante. The gray shading shades on the reddish brown color of the ink.
WearingeulPride and Prejudice - Wearingeul
The 'Pride and Prejudice' ink is named after the novel of Jane Austen. It shows the confrontation between love and wealth with rich pink hues with luscious golden shimmers.