All use pencils - from designers andarchitects to the unemployed and housewives. A simple pencil is always found in a house where there are creative adults and, especially, children of all ages. The English designer Duncan Shotton, having a small design studio in Tokyo, was looking for ways to improve such a standardized product as a pencil without interfering with his basic functions, but at the same time giving people more joy and pleasure in using. So there were rainbow pencils. Iridescent pencils function as usualwooden, have the same size and weight, but they are not made from wood, but from layers of recycled waste paper. In the United States alone, more than 7 million cubic feet of wood per year are used to make pencils. With the wide application of this project, it is possible to prevent the cutting of trees and to effectively use recycled paper for recycling. Each pencil is made of six layers of paper, painted in rainbow colors (blue and blue are combined in one layer). The last layer is external, made in white or black. Since the finish is made of pressed paper, the appearance of any pencil is not perfect, in contrast to its factory counterparts, but it is this that gives individuality and uniqueness. Well, the most interesting thing about rainbow pencils isprocess of their sharpening. With the help of an ordinary sharpener, you can make hundreds of small rainbows, which just will not leave anyone indifferent. Such bright shavings will even be a pity to throw out, and a pencil will want to use more often, in order to be able to sharpen it more often! Rainbow pencils are available for purchase inlimited amount, and the cost of a design kit is considerable. So for offices and children's institutions it is better to purchase standard stationery - http://agat97.com.ua/!