Colorverse Korea Special Danoje Festival Ink Bottle
Colorverse Danoje Festival, part of the Korea Special Ink collection, presents a light minty green ink with subtle shading. It exhibits a quick drying time of 40 seconds in a medium nib on Rhodia paper and maintains an average flow. Originating from Korea, Colorverse ink reflects the country's dedication to quality.
The Gangneung Danoje Festival, recognized as both a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage and a National Intangible Cultural Asset, is an annual event held on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month. This festival, alongside Seol-lal, Chu-seok, and Dong-ji, constitutes one of Korea's major traditional holidays.
The "Danoje Festival" ink, with its mint color, draws inspiration from the traditional ceremonial attire and the Aristocrat's mask dance drama, "Gwanno," featured in the Danoje Festival. The ink's clarity mirrors the transparency of the coats worn by aristocrats during the Joseon Dynasty. Upon application, it initially presents a warm color and vitality, drying from mint to a vivid blue. Due to its thin consistency, it is recommended for use with a bold nib.
Type: Bottled Ink
Bottle Material: Glass
Bottle Opening Diameter: 19.9mm (0.78in)
Fast Drying: No
Freeze Resistant: No
Iron Gall: No
Water Resistant: No