As parents of young children, we constantly worry about what our kids put in their mouths.
Any toy, equipment, clothing that has even a trace of toxicity gets us up in arms and worried. But designers Luxirare have very, very painstakingly (and we do not use the word lightly) created a palette of crayons from food items (like freeze dried corn, nuts, beans) which contribute to the color of the crayon. This is food coloring at its purest.
These crayons are really for eating.
Formed by vibrant design duo Nicholas Karlovasitis and Sarah Gibson, DesignByThem is a Sydney-based design studio that produces innovative eco furniture. Using a single piece of aluminum, their “LooseChange” chair conjures up childhood memories of searching for spare change. Visit their website to see more of their fun designs.