Color.Works Features Customized Artwork Using Crayons

Color.Works Features Customized Artwork Using Crayons
Each piece of art is hand-assembled, crayon-by-crayon, to ensure consistency between consumers’ selected image and the colorwork they receive.

Saint Augustine, Fla.Color.Works USA LLC, a company that reimagines photographs by creating hand-made pieces of art using full-length crayons, announced the simultaneous launch of its company and website. Visitors of the website can purchase personalized or pre-designed Color.Works creations, also called colorworks.

“The Color.Works family is extremely excited to offer consumers a bit of childhood nostalgia as they add beautifully detailed artwork to their homes made of the very crayons that most likely sparked their creativity as children,” said Jerome Baker, president and CEO of Color.Works. “Each hand made pre-designed or custom colorwork is a labor of love for our team and we look forward to seeing how consumers turn their personal moments and memories into their own colorwork.”

Color.Works offers one-of-a-kind, never sold before hand-made artwork using full-length crayons. Each piece of art is hand-assembled, crayon-by-crayon, to ensure consistency between consumers’ selected image and the colorwork they receive. Through one of a kind pre-designed colorworks, and through personal photographs or designs, consumers can instantly drift back to a time when the most cherished artwork in their home hung on the refrigerator.

American film and television actress, Joan Crawford, re-imagined as a colorwork using 5,400 individual crayons. 

American film and television actress, Joan Crawford, re-imagined as a colorwork using 5,400 individual crayons. 

The process begins in the Color.Works warehouse, where millions of crayons, available in 137 colors, are waiting to be incorporated into each unique colorwork. An appropriate sized frame for each colorwork is selected for assembly; a patent-pending process is then employed to keep each individual crayon in proper alignment for years to come. Each crayon is treated as a pixel and strategically placed in designated locations to create the finished breathtaking result.

Color.Works re-imagines the Mona Lisa, which is over 500 years old, into a modern day piece of art with 14,000 individual crayons. 

Color.Works re-imagines the Mona Lisa, which is over 500 years old, into a modern day piece of art with 14,000 individual crayons. 

Color.Works offers both pre-designed hand-made art, and custom hand-made art which the consumer creates by uploading their image to the website. All of the Color.Works products are available for purchase beginning September 22 at www.color.works. Colorworks are available in a variety of sizes; the smallest being 6” x 6-3/4”, with a crayon count of 195 crayons to the largest being 37-1/4” x 55” with a crayon count of 15,000 crayons, ranging in price from $69 to $3,229.


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