Category: Van Dieman’s

  • Van Dieman’s Apple Cider on Midori MD

    Van Dieman’s Apple Cider on Midori MD

    Ink Van Dieman’s is a family business located in Tasmania. Their inks are mainly inspired by the nature and beauty of their surroundings. Apple Cider is part of the Harvest line which takes inspiration from the produce of Tasmania. It has an average flow. The ink colour ranges from a light yellow to a honey […]

  • Van Dieman’s Pepperberry on Midori MD

    Van Dieman’s Pepperberry on Midori MD

    Ink Van Dieman’s is a family business located in Tasmania. Their inks are mainly inspired by the nature and beauty of their surroundings. Pepperberry is part of Van Dieman’s Tassie Seasons series, inspired by the colours of each Tasmania’s seasons. This is one of the colours of autumn. The ink colour is based on the […]

  • Van Dieman’s Native Cornflower on Midori MD

    Van Dieman’s Native Cornflower on Midori MD

    Ink Van Dieman’s is a family business located in Tasmania. Their inks are mainly inspired by the nature and beauty of their surroundings. Native Cornflower is part of Van Dieman’s Tassie Seasons series, inspired by the colours of each Tasmania’s seasons. This is one of the colours of spring. The ink is a medium blue […]

  • Van Dieman’s Peanut Brittle on Midori MD

    Van Dieman’s Peanut Brittle on Midori MD

    Ink Van Dieman’s is a family business located in Tasmania. Their inks are mainly inspired by the nature and beauty of their surroundings. Peanut Brittle is from the Harvest line which takes inspiration from the produce of Tasmania. The ink colour is a yellow-brown with a tinge of orange. Depending on the shading, the colour […]

  • Van Dieman’s Tasmanian Lavender on Midori MD

    Van Dieman’s Tasmanian Lavender on Midori MD

    Ink Van Dieman’s is a family business located in Tasmania. Their inks are mainly inspired by the nature and beauty of their surroundings. Tasmanian Lavender is from the Harvest line which takes inspiration from the produce of Tasmania. The ink is an unsaturated medium purple with a wet flow. On Midori MD paper, there is […]

  • Van Dieman’s Apricot on Kokuyo Campus

    Van Dieman’s Apricot on Kokuyo Campus

    Ink Apricot is from Van Dieman’s Harvest series which celebrates the colourful produce grown in Tasmania. The ink is a pale orange that makes me think about pastoral sunsets and babies. I find this ink just about readable and obviously is more readable on white paper than cream-coloured paper. It shades well. However the high […]

  • Van Dieman’s Apricot on Traveler’s Company

    Van Dieman’s Apricot on Traveler’s Company

    Ink Apricot is from Van Dieman’s Harvest series which celebrates the colourful produce grown in Tasmania. The ink is a pale orange that makes me think about pastoral sunsets and babies. I find this ink just about readable and obviously is more readable on white paper than cream-coloured paper. It shades well. However the high […]

  • Van Dieman’s Apricot on Midori MD

    Van Dieman’s Apricot on Midori MD

    Ink Apricot is from Van Dieman’s Harvest series which celebrates the colourful produce grown in Tasmania. The ink is a pale orange that makes me think about pastoral sunsets and babies. I find this ink just about readable and obviously is more readable on white paper than cream-coloured paper. It shades well. However the high […]

  • Van Dieman’s Apricot on Leuchtturm1917

    Van Dieman’s Apricot on Leuchtturm1917

    Ink Apricot is from Van Dieman’s Harvest series which celebrates the colourful produce grown in Tasmania. The ink is a pale orange that makes me think about pastoral sunsets and babies. I find this ink just about readable and obviously is more readable on white paper than cream-coloured paper. It shades well. However the high […]

  • Van Dieman’s Apricot on Rhodia

    Van Dieman’s Apricot on Rhodia

    Ink Apricot is from Van Dieman’s Harvest series which celebrates the colourful produce grown in Tasmania. The ink is a pale orange that makes me think about pastoral sunsets and babies. I find this ink just about readable and obviously is more readable on white paper than cream-coloured paper. It shades well. However the high […]