The new affordable way to add a little color in your life

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Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith have made an affordable way to color. Instead of the crayons being made from Charcoal and oil (and being more expensive), they are now made with powdered pigments and various hues replaced the charcoal!

Crayola 24pack by George Hernandez used with the permission of a Creative Common's license.

The first version of a Crayola 48 piece box

Crayola 1st No48 open by Kurt Baty used with permission of a Creative Common's license.

Crayons are revolutionizing coloring for everyone. Many different colors are made and they are affordable for everyone. The only crayon that could have been bought was an expensive artistic one. The crayon is an invention that is affordable for everyone to use.