Remember opening that brand new box of crayons? The smell of the wax and your eyes scanning to find your favorite color that no one has used yet. Crayon-pixel artist Christian Faur remembers it very well. He actually hated having to use the first one, ruining that complete, new, unused box of beautiful colors. So he developed a way to play with crayons, without ever having to destroy them by coloring them down to a nub of wax. These images are comprised of or 100,000 hand cast wax crayons. When displayed in his gallery, if you look at it from an angle, the image disappears, and as you walk back to face is straight on, the image pixelates itself into focus. He has also designed similar work using paper or fabric. To help create these amazing pieces of art, he also created the Color Alphabet.