When Crayola came out with their 64 box, I was attending Pearl Harbor Elementary School in Hawaii and wow, so many colors, it was amazing! Little did I know that 50 years later Crayola would invite me to be a part of their 50th birthday celebration! I’m probably one of their biggest fans and have professionally shared and used their crayons to create photorealistic artworks. I truly believe that if the old masters had seen the 64 crayons, they would have considered them a high-tech palette in a box! So…even though today crayons are typically considered to be “just for kids“, I think coloring with crayons can be a great way to stay young at heart! Congrats and cheers to all my friends at Crayola!