Holy Crayola!

September 2, 2010

When I was in the first years of school, I was very particular about my crayons. They had to be the right consistency, size and sharpness. I wanted them to be a very waxy with a dull tip, perfect for blending colors. And yes, my mom had a lot to handle with a child like this. But while researching for this blog, I discovered that I’m not alone. Another great artist, Christian Faur, is very particular about his crayons, too. In fact, he loves them so much that his unique crayon creations draw enormous attention and are just plain fun to look at! “The things that inspire me to create, I find, are buried deep within the structures and systems that form the underpinning of our natural world,” Faur says. I think crayons fit this description: You decide for yourself when you look at these masterpieces made entirely out of crayons by Christian Faur.

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