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The art of Herb Williams instantly brings out the child in everyone. Williams, who describes his process on his website, says that he is the" only individual in the world with an account with Crayola." Williams uses crayons as the medium for his sculpture. Williams cuts his colors packed 3000 to a case. He cuts down the sticks and then bonda the paper, not the wax, to a form he has either carved or cast.
The colorful Yellow Lab shown above is made of cut yellow and blue crayons, wood and two-part epoxy resin. It measures 42" x 19" x 28" and is for sale for $18,000 through Vivre where you can also find several other of his playful pop pieces.