What is a smush crayon? It’s what designer Todd Oldham once accidentally turned a box of crayons into by leaving them in a hot car all day. That beautiful, colorful mess bears the colors of famous artworks from MoMA’s collection in each of these Smush Crayons.
The colors been distilled down to a few hues these crayons, making the artworks more relatable and allowing users to engage with it differently. You kids will enjoy creating their own speckled masterpieces with it. Choose from Making with MoMA Smush Crayons, each sold separately, based on the following artworks: Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night, Claude Monet’s Water Lilies and Alma Thomas’ bold abstract painting Untitled. Ages 3+.
5.25h x 1w x 1"d
Year of Design
Making with MoMA
Making with MoMA is a collection of thoughtfully designed arts kits and tools for children designed to foster the Museum’s mission that people of all ages and abilities enjoy, understand and take inspiration from the art of our time in ways that add value to their lives. Drawing inspiration from popular workshops and family programs at The Museum of Modern Art and conceived by the Museum’s education and curatorial departments with Kid Made Modern’s founder Todd Oldham, Making with MoMA offers children fun and creative ways to explore art and art- making. Discover them at our Making with MoMA Pop-Up at MoMA Design Store, Soho, through May 5.