Can’t remember the last time I needed a crayon and didn’t have access to one, but if I do ever find myself in that unfortunate situation, Rhode Island School of Design graduate Tim Liles has solved the problem. His rings are cast in washable crayons and come packaged in sets of 8, in the colors you see above.

I don’t think you can buy directly from his site, hit up The Future Perfect or Oye Modern.


2 Responses to “Washable Crayon Rings by Tim Liles”

  1. […] little while back I brought you some crayon rings created by Timothy Liles. Not that I’d personally wear them, but I definitely liked the idea. […]

  2. Seeing that we already happen to be discussing points regarding Washable Crayon Rings by Tim Liles | Lost In A Supermarket, a great many couples would choose tungsten wedding bands to symbolize their wedding as a result of the truth that the material is practically unbreakable, very much like their marriage should certainly be.

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