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Crayola also made a pack of multicultural colored pencils, and a pack of 16 in regular crayon size. It's interesting how "culture" here is a substitute for "race."

ancawonka, _Blue_, Martijn Kriens, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. productive sink [deleted] ages ago | reply

    Nnnnice! I wish these had been invented when I was at school, so I had been able to colour my family, friends and myself with another hue other than "Barbie" or pink! :D

  2. Andrew Phelps ages ago | reply

    It's increasingly difficult for the Burnt Sienna-American community to find respect in this post-9/11 world.

  3. ancawonka ages ago | reply

    This is a very interesting product, and interesting observation. Thanks for posting.

  4. stuijn ages ago | reply

    ha ha!

  5. ElPocho! ages ago | reply

    Great find...what is this pic gonna look like in 20 years?

  6. silent cup [deleted] ages ago | reply

    Yeah I saw those the last time I was crayon shopping. I opted for the big box of 96 instead. It covers everything. :P

    However, I had to stop and think, why is there a pure white in there? I mean, I have some of the whitest skin ever and even I'm not that white! So is that for the vampires of our communities, I wonder? ;-)

  7. Orcoo ages ago | reply

    Esta muy bien tienes la opción de colorear lo más parecido a la realidad.

  8. kirstin! ages ago | reply

    I loved those when I was in elementary school XD

  9. Psicoloco ages ago | reply

    Politically Correct Crayola Pack!!! lol

  10. pixlfarmer ages ago | reply

    Very cool. Back in my day, we just had one 'fleshtone' crayon. (which was white, of course)

  11. mesh2 ages ago | reply

    yay skin tones!!

    consider joining my new group, www.flickr.com/groups/crayons/

  12. dcbprime ages ago | reply

    I agree that it's strange to see "white" in the mix... maybe they should have made a "blotchy pink". Then I could color pictures of my wife, LOL.

    Ooops. I guess I'm on the couch again. :-\

  13. AlpenaMi ages ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Crayons Only,
    and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  14. good form [deleted] ages ago | reply

    so politically correct.
    *rolls eyes*

  15. absorbed soup [deleted] ages ago | reply

    These really exist?

  16. InkPencil ages ago | reply

    What a great picture -- the writing is so clear and the color is perfect. Thank you for making it available as a Creative Commons photo! You can see how it was used here. It is so kind of others to let their art be used by the world.

  17. Métropolitiques | Metropolitics 69 months ago | reply

    Hi,

    We’re an online journal called Métropolitiques/Metropolitics (www.metropolitiques.eu) and we would like to use this picture (with credit) to illustrate an article on our site, observing the Creative Commons conditions mentioned on this page.

    If you would prefer us not to reproduce your work on our site, please e-mail us at: redaction[at]metropolitiques.eu

    Congratulations on this photo!

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