Special Pigment ink.
Ukiyo-e —translated from Japanese, "paintings of the floating world"— or Japanese print is a genre of engravings made by woodcut technique, produced in Japan between the 17th and 20th centuries, among which are images landscape, theater and entertainment areas.
Taccia takes the most iconic prints of the Ukiyo-e genre as a base, extracting the colors used for his most personal series of inks for fountain pens.
There are four collections Hokusai, Sharaku, Hiroshige and Utamaro.
All inks are made under the highest quality standards supervised by a color consultant in Japan and manufactured at our facility.