Jun 25th 2010 By Paula Kashtan
Brilliant artist Pete Goldlust
takes those juvenile (and fully wonderful) tools of yore -- coloring crayons -- and turns the crayons themselves into works of art
by carving them up.
At left, some of his coolest works. From left to right, they're inspired by: tree, bub, cane toad, tennis crayon, loud company, rind, honey, ray, crushed beehive and tramp.
Check out more cool crayons after the jump.
From left to right: diamelle, crazy mel and gold croc.