Michael Leddy of Orange Crate Art wrote about his favorite pencil, the Eberhard Faber Mongol (ad copy: “writers say it actually stimulates flow of thoughts”), and included this attractive 1964 Life magazine ad for the Mongol and other Eberhard Faber products.
My two favorite parts: the Mongol's twin-pack packaging, and the copy for the Colorbrite pencils ("Intense Color at a feather touch").
Bobby Duke carved a pencil into magnificent recursion. He calls it “Pencil Inception.”
Organize your pens and pencils rather than poke holes in your pockets!
Courtesy of the YouTube channel Skunk Bear.
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