BLACKWING Volume 3 (limited edition)
Ravi Shankar, an Indian sitar player and composer in the 1960s is an internationally renowned Indian sitar master. In June 1966, Ravi Shankar and the Beatles-George Harrison met in Bath, England, and then coached him to play the sitar. This collaboration brought both Indian classical music and musical instruments into The Beatles' music, also promoting Indian music to the world. He has learned the traditional Hindustan music and ancient European drama that led him introduced the tradition of Indian meditation to the West. The broadcast of the culture far exceeds the influence on the stage. Ravi Shankar's inheritance and tribute to Indian music and culture have still profoundly influenced countless musicians and artists worldwide.
Blackwing Volume 3 pays homage to Ravi Shankar's 100th birthday. HB hard graphite with turmeric matte pen body. The symbol ॐ (om) inspired by the sitar and is a sacred Sanskrit symbol. The three syllables (a, u, m) represent the initiation, maintenance, and destruction, which means the sound of the universe. Ravi means Sun in Hindi, and the golden imprint and ferrule of this pencil also represent Ravi Shankar's contemplation of the "light" of the world through his music and spirit.
＊There will be a paper box if you order twelve pencils of the same color, and the paper box at the brand of Palomino is limited.
＊If the body of the pen and the eraser ferrule have little scratches are normal. Buyers who pursue the perfect quality of goods are recommended to buy at the store.
- 20cm (eraser included)
- The eraser is replaceable