Unfortunately, the use of octopus ink seems limited to cooking as an addition to sauce or coloration for pasta, etc.
The ink is actually melanin-based and does not include a binder, which is necessary to keep the ink from separating as the paper absorbs the color. (http://www.tonmo.com/articles/octopusink.php)
However, squid ink seems to be harvestable for writing and here’s the instructions: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Harvest-Squid-Ink/
You can also use squid ink to color pasta.
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