Visconti Van Gogh Cafe Terrace at Night Rollerball Pen KP12-18-RB
Each of Visconti's Van Gogh pens is a completely unique composition with colors that are drawn by the homonymous painting, but always vary in their depth and pattern on each writing instrument. This is a result of the way in which resins are mixed to become the rods from which Visconti Van Gogh writing instruments will be created.
The main color seen on the writing instruments inspired by the Cafe Terrace at Night painting is a vivid orange that Vincent Van Gogh used for the walls and paving of the terrace as they are illuminated by the lamps. Dark blue streams remind us that this is a nightly scenery.
Vincent Van Gogh managed to push emotion to its extremes in every one of his brush stroke. Inspired by this artist’s unconventional vision, Visconti created a collection that is iconic.
Van Gogh’s use of colour is an intrinsic part of his art.
To honour the famous Dutch painter, Visconti reproduces the textures of oil painting on his canvases in pen form.
Van Gogh connects his most inner ‘I’ to the outside world through his paintbrush. His emotions are expressed through the strength of his colours, the impulsiveness of his lines and the choice of his subjects. Nature becomes a mirror that reflects emotions rather than landscapes.
The barrel and cap have 18 facets, a shape used for the first time in Visconti designs.
The 18 facets bring even more elegance and luminosity to the intense and deep shades of the Van Gogh pen.
All the metal parts of the pen are made in brass and then palladium plated.
The pen’s box comes with a picture of the Van Gogh painting it is dedicated too.