Thursday, January 14, 2016


If you’re ever in a jam, a crayon scrunched up under your nose makes a good pretend mustache.
~Phil Dunphy

Taking a look at those beloved cylinders of colored wax today.

Crayon Boxes
by Ed Welter

by Mark Ingle

Melted Crayons
by R Cabanilla

Crayola Graffiti
by Tyler Howarth

Ring (crayons, erasers, paper clip)
by Erin Austin

Josh Smith

After This Our Exile
crayon drawing by Bill Rogers

Crayola's Things you can do with crayons page


Linda B said...

And now I've see a large pack of Star Wars crayons! Love seeing all these pictures, Tabatha. You might like to see this:

Tabatha said...

That's a terrific program, Linda!

jama said...

Crayon mustache -- great quote! These are such fun, especially the big crayon. Thanks for sharing. :)

Pop said...

Crayons are a childhood wonder...that most of us never lose!

I remember one Christmas when you were maybe five or so, and Santa brought you a brand-new box of 64 Crayolas. There was pure joy on your face.

And that tells it all. :-)

Tabatha said...

I remember that feeling! A box of 64 was magic :-)

Irene Latham said...

Oh, wee Tabatha and a case of beloved cylinders of wax! I love that image of you very much. Coloring is quite the rage these days... I'm rather fond of the mandala coloring books and take them when I do events that involve me sitting behind a table. Great meditative practice!

Ben said...

Great post on crayons!