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      The Colour of Ink

      2022 1 hr. 45 min. Documentary List
      Reviews Ink is our primal medium. It has always been with us, inscribing the evolution of humanity. The Colour of Ink uncovers the medium's mystery and power through the eyes of Jason Logan, a visionary Toronto inkmaker. Working with ingredients foraged in the wild--weeds, berries, bark, flowers, rocks, rust--he makes ink from just about anything. Jason sends custom-made inks to an eclectic range of artists around the world, from a New Yorker cartoonist to a Japanese calligrapher. As the inks take on a life of their own, his playful alchemy paints a story of color that reconnects us to the earth and returns us to a childlike sense of wonder. Read More Read Less

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      Courtney Small That Shelf The Colour of Ink is a captivating and eye-opening work that will have you looking at ink in a colourful new light. Sep 20, 2022 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis Ink is our primal medium. It has always been with us, inscribing the evolution of humanity. The Colour of Ink uncovers the medium's mystery and power through the eyes of Jason Logan, a visionary Toronto inkmaker. Working with ingredients foraged in the wild--weeds, berries, bark, flowers, rocks, rust--he makes ink from just about anything. Jason sends custom-made inks to an eclectic range of artists around the world, from a New Yorker cartoonist to a Japanese calligrapher. As the inks take on a life of their own, his playful alchemy paints a story of color that reconnects us to the earth and returns us to a childlike sense of wonder.
      Director
      Brian D. Johnson
      Executive Producer
      Anita Lee, Ron Mann
      Screenwriter
      Brian D. Johnson
      Production Co
      National Film Board of Canada (NFB), Sphinx Productions
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
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