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Everyone knows those little yellow pencils. On the golf course they’re called golf pencils. At Ikea they are Ikea pencils. At the Library they are called Library pencils. Those little yellow pencils are packed in little yellow boxes. There are 144 pencils in each box. Twelve dozen. A gross. Inside the box, from the factory to the final destination, the pencils create. The 144 individual pencils make 144 individual marks on the inside of the box. A beautiful and simple representation of order…

Everyone knows those little yellow pencils. On the golf course they’re called golf pencils. At Ikea they are Ikea pencils. At the Library they are called Library pencils. Those little yellow pencils are packed in little yellow boxes. There are 144 pencils in each box. Twelve dozen. A gross. Inside the box, from the factory to the final destination, the pencils create. The 144 individual pencils make 144 individual marks on the inside of the box. A beautiful and simple representation of order…

Everyone knows those little yellow pencils. On the golf course they’re called golf pencils. At Ikea they are Ikea pencils. At the Library they are called Library pencils. Those little yellow pencils are packed in little yellow boxes. There are 144 pencils in each box. Twelve dozen. A gross. Inside the box, from the factory to the final destination, the pencils create. The 144 individual pencils make 144 individual marks on the inside of the box. A beautiful and simple representation of order…

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Original drawing - betty/syntax

Olivia Jeffries

Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Textile design 6015, 1906 Pencil, Japan ink, and watercolor on graph paper

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Original Abstract 12

stacey rees

louise bourgeois

louise bourgeois

louise bourgeois

Brooks Shane Salzwedel - A mixed media artist, he layers graphite drawings (Staedler Graphite pencils ranging from 6H to 9B), transparent tape, and resin (possibly translucent resin) to create haunting scenes that are beautiful to behold.

Catalina Chervin | Untitled, Series: About the Apocalypse, 2001 | pen, pencil, charcoal on paper