Thursday, August 20, 2009

Looney Tunes and fuzzy pencil love

Yes, I do have more pencils than clothes, or brains for that matter. Here are the latest. I'm insane.

7 comments:

  1. That's awesome! Where does one find Fuzzy Wuzzy pencils?

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  2. I found the Fuzzy Wuzzy pencils on a display at the State Street Blick Art, which I think I personally finance. I saw only the one but there could have been more. I also didn't see Stabilo GREENgraph pencils this time. But I did find Gomme Énorme, so I bought a couple. Yes, one 10-minute visit, and more than $40 later . . .

    Here's a photo of the gommes: http://www.marcvidal.com/LA_PAPETERIE/Gommes/gomme_enorme/presentoir.gif

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  3. You know, there are far worse vices than this one.

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  4. Perhaps, but I'm running out of both money and closet space. I don't write enough to justify 20,000 pencils, sharpeners, erasers, grips, etc., and all that paper, too. I keep saying, "No more," and yet . . . I need a 12-step program.

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  5. Right on, write on!!!

    What wonderful pencils! Apparently, it is a common addiction because I blissfully “suffer’ from it, too! It’s a very good addiction to have. I could spend a quiet afternoon just LOOKING at my pencils. I am considering purchasing a set of Lilly Pulitzer pencils. Love the colors and patterns. Writing, drawing, doodling, coloring…pencils are conduits for our hopes and dreams.

    Ah, then there’s the paper! How I love paper! I classify my art material and office product loves all under one rubric = school supplies. Everything is “school supplies.” What can I say? School supplies make me happy! They are so inspirational. I think if you are creative you NEED stuff.

    Sincerely,
    L.

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  6. Perhaps someday I'll actually be creative! :O Now I have to go look up the pencils you mention . . .

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  7. 20,000? Maybe you are saying that you do want to write or draw more? At least (I hope, unlike me) a reporter hasn't called you for a story on people with odd interests.

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