Kuretake Art Nouveau Inks
Established in 1902, Japanese art supply company Kuretake came into existence during the height of Art Nouveau, an aesthetic movement that began in Europe and swept across the world from the 1890s to the 1910s, heavily influencing art, design, architecture and more.
This new palette of inks pays homage to the irresistible allure of color lithography- the beloved medium of art for the masses.
These water-based dye inks are compatible with fountain pens, dip/nib pens, and brushes for adding beautifully rich color to art and lettering. They also can be used to fill Kuretake's empty Karappo pens- as is, or mixed together to create your own custom-colored pens!
20mL / 0.71oz square glass bottles with a faceted cap. Each ink is packaged in a decorative box that features an artistic design to complement the color of the ink.