Category: Vinta

  • Vinta Mulberry on Tomoegawa Tomoe River

    Vinta Mulberry on Tomoegawa Tomoe River

    Ink Mulberry (Ubi 1663) is the full name of the ink. Ubi refers to purple yam and 1663 marks the Mindanao monarchies’ victory against the Spanish invaders. The ink is a warm purple and has an average flow. Like the other Vinta ink I’ve tested, I encountered a gentle burping of ink a few times, […]

  • Vinta Elysium Green on Muji Planting Tree

    Vinta Elysium Green on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Elysium Green (Kayangan 1967) is the full name of the ink. It is named after Kayangan Lake which is said to be the cleanest lake in the Philippines. In 1967, the island where the lake was located was declared a National Reserve. The ink is a dark green and has an average flow. While […]

  • Vinta Elysium Green on Leuchtturm1917

    Vinta Elysium Green on Leuchtturm1917

    Ink Elysium Green (Kayangan 1967) is the full name of the ink. It is named after Kayangan Lake which is said to be the cleanest lake in the Philippines. In 1967, the island where the lake was located was declared a National Reserve. The ink is a dark green and has an average flow. While […]

  • Vinta Bronze Yellow on Midori MD

    Vinta Bronze Yellow on Midori MD

    Ink Bronze Yellow (La Paz 1985) is the full name of the ink. It refers to the only desert in the Philippines. The description for the ink also makes reference to the EDSA Revolution which took place in 1986. So I’m not sure what 1985 refers to. The ink is a yellowish brown and has […]

  • Vinta Mulberry on Midori MD

    Vinta Mulberry on Midori MD

    Ink Mulberry (Ubi 1663) is the full name of the ink. Ubi refers to purple yam and 1663 marks the Mindanao monarchies’ victory against the Spanish invaders. The ink is a warm purple and has an average flow. Like the other Vinta ink I’ve tested, I encountered a gentle burping of ink a few times, […]

  • Vinta Elysium Green on Midori MD

    Vinta Elysium Green on Midori MD

    Ink Elysium Green (Kayangan 1967) is the full name of the ink. It is named after Kayangan Lake which is said to be the cleanest lake in the Philippines. In 1967, the island where the lake was located was declared a National Reserve. The ink is a dark green and has an average flow. While […]

  • Vinta Terracotta on Kokuyo Campus

    Vinta Terracotta on Kokuyo Campus

    Ink Vinta Terracotta (Damili 1572) is orange ink inspired by clay craftsmanship. It is brighter when wet, then dries to a earthy orange. It really looks like red clay, and also reminds me of autumn leaves. I didn’t expect to love this ink so much. The more I used it, the more I love it. […]

  • Vinta Terracotta on Rhodia

    Vinta Terracotta on Rhodia

    Ink Vinta Terracotta (Damili 1572) is orange ink inspired by clay craftsmanship. It is brighter when wet, then dries to a earthy orange. It really looks like red clay, and also reminds me of autumn leaves. I didn’t expect to love this ink so much. The more I used it, the more I love it. […]

  • Vinta Terracotta on Midori MD

    Vinta Terracotta on Midori MD

    Ink Vinta Terracotta (Damili 1572) is orange ink inspired by clay craftsmanship. It is brighter when wet, then dries to a earthy orange. It really looks like red clay, and also reminds me of autumn leaves. I didn’t expect to love this ink so much. The more I used it, the more I love it. […]