Crayon sculptures. Teeny tiny sculptures created from crayons – wax crayons. Easily destroyed by small children crayons. Not even the fat chunky crayons, but the normal, thin, 64 in a box crayons.
Crayon sculptures for $199 each. Easily destroyed wax crayon sculptures created with a deft hand and a carving knife cost $199 each. A box of 150 crayons, pre-sculpture, in a neat tower package costs $12.99 on Amazon.
Diem Chau is the artist of the crayons, and while I think her work is quite beautiful, I also think it’s very silly. Caveat emptor, keep away from windows and heat – or your $199 just might melt away.
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