Core77 Design Awards trophy is a crayon mold


10 Responses to “Core77 Design Awards trophy is a crayon mold”

  1. inkfumes says:

    I suddenly want one of these awards. What do I have to design to get one? I like the idea of drawing with massive brick sized crayons.

  2. Mack Reed says:

    A *hugely* eloquent solution to a UX question. Really gorgeously conceived.

  3. Terry Border says:

    Ingenious and meaningful. Cheers to Core 77.

  4. marukosu says:

    I’m going to shut off the internet now. My quota of awesome has been reached for the day.

  5. cmacis says:

    The designer of the trophy deserves a trophy.

  6. Lobster says:

    I want a vault full of these, for when Glenn Beck causes a collapse in the gold industry and the only remaining valuable resources is colored wax.

    Behold, my glorious ochre ingots!

  7. jimh says:

    I can’t stop thinking about casting one in dark chocolate.

  8. InsertFingerHere says:

    That could take a lot of time and hydro to bake enough for a large team.  It isn’t very Green.

    And there should be a casting # or additional stamp to keep track of all these floating around. 

    Otherwise it’s Oscars for everyone!

  9. Cefeida says:

    …wow, it took me way too long to realise that the actual TROPHY is a mold, and not that a box for melting crayons into one big silly crayon brick has won the trophy :D 

    I still don’t get the choice of casting material. Can’t one make a mold without wasting all those crayons?

  10. oscarfalcon says:

    Now that is a cool trophy.

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