Harold C. Smith & Edwin Binney
These two men changed "The way we think of creativity."
Creating the colorful world of the crayon!
In 1994 Crayola introduces a scented version of crayons, the Magic Scents Crayons.
Harold C. Smith
The Crayon now and in the past
It is INCREDIBLE there are over one hundred different types of crayons being made by the Crayola factory like crayons that sparkle with glitter, glow in the dark, smell like different scents, change colors, and wash off walls and other surfaces and materials. They started being made in Pennsylvania, and now they are made all over in the U.S. These to cousins got the idea from a candle stick used as a marker that was called the Britt Sloan. The Britt Sloan was used mainly in the White House. Today people are saying what a wonderful creation the crayon is what fun, and how much color they have packed inside a tiny little stick. Crayola Factories now have many more machines then they had back then.