Lennon Tool Bar standard inks come in two lines: Indigo Color and Formosa Color. The Indigo Color is inspired by "aizome," or Indigo Dyed textiles, and the colors represent the different shades of blue throughout the process. The Formosa Color is inspired by places in Taiwan. Nando-Iro is part of Indigo Color. A moderately hued blue. The name comes from a governmental position, "nando kata," of the Edo Bakufu in Japan. Nando-iro was designated the color of this specific position’s uniform.
- Color: 納戶 Nando-Iro
- Dye-based Ink
- Indigo Color: Tetsukon, Asagi, Noshime-Hana, Kon-Ai, Nando-Iro, Mizu-Iro
- Formosa Color: Hobe, Hehuan Blue, Shuishalian
- Available in Ink Sample - Lennon Tool Bar
About Lennon Tool Bar:
Lennon Tool Bar was founded in 2014 at Tamsui, Taiwan. Initially, it started to promote arts and crafts of Indigo Dyeing, a business that flourished a century ago in Taiwan, and at the time, Taiwan exported a considerable amount of "doroai," or the raw material of colorants used in Indigo Dyeing, to the Japanese Empire. Lennon Tool Bar draws inspiration from the traditional process and the popular colors used in Indigo Dyeing.