Posted by marc September 07, 2016

Watercolor pencils, colored pencils, pastels, liners, brush pens, metallic pens, graphite pencils, crayons, watercolor brushes, sharpeners, erasers, sandpaper blocks, and water cups... OK, I need to take a breath. Faber-Castell has teamed up with the world's most famous fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld, to create an enormous box of art supplies.

KARLBOX-Feature01.jpg, by marc

Dubbed the KarlBox, 350 tools are stored in the drawers of this sleek black box, which is numbered out of a limited edition of 2,500 pieces. The packaging and layout are so nice that I'd be hesitant to even use any of the contents. But if you can get a hold of one of these and work up the nerve to put these pencils to the paper, you're definitely into several years' worth of fun.




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