Munsell Crayons

by Matthew Innis |

Several months ago, millions of young American children headed to school, and whether it was for their very first time or it was just the beginning of a new academic year, those children carried with them something in common.  Lurking at the bottom of their backpacks and book-bags was the ubiquitous yellow and green box of paraffin…

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