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The Dot Flowers CRAYON Grants an Array of Hues in One

 - Apr 11, 2012
References: assiston.co.jp & bookofjoe
The Dot Flowers CRAYON gives the iconic Crayola crayon a run for its money. While the latter specializes in an array of single colors, the more recent creation offers a variety of hues in one crayon. This is made possible via its pixelated pattern which almost looks like a mini version of an artist's paint palette.

Created by Japan-based company Assist On, the Dot Flowers CRAYON ensures that no two strokes are ever alike. It even comes in an easy ergonomic design. Forgoing the classic rounded crayon shape, the Dot Flowers CRAYON has been crafted into a rectangular block. This better ensures that people can conveniently use the range of colors available on whim rather than waiting patiently for the crayon to whittle down.