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Jessica Kerbawy Melts Crayons Creatively

 - Jul 24, 2011
References: etsy & cmybacon
Who says crayons are for kids? Definitely not Jessica Kerbawy.

Jessica Kerbawy is a Michigan-based artist who has an endless imagination. For several years now, the young artist has found her muse in a childhood box of crayons. Jessica creates crayon wall art that is truly out of this world; she melts the crayons and lets the wax drip down the canvas. She aligns the colors so that they appear as a gradient; the piece may start with dark purples at one end and end up as piercing yellows at the other.

These textural crayon rainbows by Jessica Kerbawy will color any room with wonder.

Implications - Consumers are bombarded by images constantly in their society, causing them to become desensitized to their messages. These consumers seek images in advertisements that engage them with their atypical designs and rare-material construction.