Crayons are a staple of childhood. So what happens when you grow out of coloring books and coloring between the lines? Use the crayons to make ridiculously extravagant sculptures, of course.
One of Crayola’s slogans is “Everything Imaginable.” For Nashville-based artist Herb Williams, everything imaginable means using Crayola crayons to make eye-catching sculptures of a plethora of objects, animals, and people. The sculptures use hundreds upon thousands of crayons to create representations like you’ve never seen before.
Williams’ collection, “The Call of the Wild,” makes the natural unnatural with brightly colored tree stumps, striped deer, and wolves communicating via rainbows.
This tree clearly lived a colorful life.
Oh deer, is that water safe to drink?
They’re definitely getting their point across.
Williams also has a series of crayon animals featuring high-fashion logos. These couture crayon creatures do double duty on the brand-art front.
Juicy Couture Kitty is ready for the catwalk.
It’s nice to see the oft-ignored white crayon used for something exceptional with this Chanel poodle.
The Burberry Bulldog looks exceptionally cozy and burnt-sienna-filled.
Check out more of Herb Williams art on his Facebook page.
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All images sourced from: Herb Williams Art