First, Vestigial Implement – made with pencils and glue Second, everyday objects dipped in porcelain, she calls them a porcelain skin. The top is a mop head and the bottom is a toilet paper roll, a coffee filter, and a napkin.
Haha Make a chalkboard t-shirt Decorate your cooler with a sharpie this summer! Sharpie Blog Lovely drafting tools Practice letters with circle stickers! Play at Home Mom True! The most beautiful office divider I’ve ever seen. Flickr Looks like a monster came through! Flickr Make
Fruit Crayon Fruit shape allows children to draw a variety of different strokes. Strokes are painted in the form of point, line and surface, not just simple line. Fruit shape can stimulate child’s brain which is full of imagination. Hold Fruit shape. Kids! What kind
I love this 1970s Braun Personal Fan Hidden Pencils Make a neon dot shirt using a hole punch A new way to work haha Crayola inspired candy canes from Sweet Factory Looking for a job is the worst – Cubiclebot Hand Blown Glass Pen Holder
Wow, tongue twister. I’m finding so many cool things on the Pen Pencil Stencil website! These posters were done for a show in Miami – more info here.
Butter glue stick, minus the glue Seats from old office chairs – Link Felt task lamp Drawn Together 32 ideas to organize your home office Minimal workstation by Fredrik Paulsen Soccer pen holder Westcott Wild Ones Scissors (seeing these scissors makes the song “Wild One”
You can write and draw with every part of the object! I’m not quite sure how you draw without your entire hand turning grey from the lead but maybe that’s a dumb question to ask. It’s probably more of a conversation piece/beautiful item for your