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  • Tori Oxford

    carved crayon art

  • Sara Amituanai

    Diem Chau is an artist who is best known for her intricate and detailed crayon carvings. Inspired by folk art and wood carvings from the Depression Era, Diem chose crayons as her medium for their fragility and reminder of childhood. Here she has carved the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac. Impressive, right? Check out the rest of her crayon carvings here!

  • Alexa Douglass

    crayola crayon carvings

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Attribution for these astonishing works has been lost in the compilation process. First, international currency symbols by Diem Chau. (tinyhaus.blogspot...) Second, crayons carved into the 12 symbols of the Chinese zodiac, also by Diem Chau. (boingboing.net/...) Third, ten works by Pete Goldlust. (www.petegoldlust....)

I have this one student who spends a great deal of instructional time picking out crayons to place all over his desk and I'm always telling him to put them away and listen. Maybe if i leave him alone this would happen. Deep thought.

crayons, but not crayons that are so cute you don't ever want to use them... like little animal shapes and such.....

Crayons | colorful | carvings | cute

I want to try doing this... who has crayons to spare? (no rosetta)

Love the world, love art, love to color...Give some color to your life, your world, and live your life

Didn't you feel joyful when opening a new box of crayons when you were a child? I hope children still do.

Christian Faur’s crayon art looks more like a rasturbated photograph than a portrait made of colored crayons. After scanning a photo, Faur breaks the picture down into color blocks. Then he closely aligns thousands of colored crayons to recreate the image. Truly amazing!

Creative Giants - Edwin Binney Though it was Edwin's creative vision to produce crayons as cheap artists' supplies for children, it was Edwin's wife, Alice, who combined two French words to come up with the name "Crayola" - Life after Art

Crayons!!! Mad carving skills...so cool!