When we think of crayons, the image that generally pops up are that of slim long cylinders. The problem with that is crayons can easily break on application of excessive pressure. Although it is known that huge percentage of crayon users are children, the fragile structure doesn’t seem to make sense. Here’s where Ommo Crayons enter to bring us a new approach to explore.
Ommo Crayons are coloring tools for children that have been specially created to have pebble like structures. It ensures young children have a good grip on the crayons, while also reducing the chances of breaking by unbalanced pressure. You already like it, right?
Additionally, each separate crayon has been made to feature different things like food items on its surface, so that children are able to associate them with the related colors. For example, the red crayon has an apple on it while the yellow crayon showcases bananas. So not only the little explorers can have quite the time coloring the world around them, they can take baby steps into learning about the different things that surround them as well.
Ommo Crayons are a product of Sasoham Studio. [Do check out the pictures below.]