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Endless Possibilities Pencils

10 Graphite Pencils
By Adam J. Kurtz
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Whether you're creating a masterpiece or just writing it all out, this pencil set encourages anyone to look within, make space, and get going, because the possibilities are endless (but you still have to try). White erasers make these pencils grea...
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Whether you're creating a masterpiece or just writing it all out, this pencil set encourages anyone to look within, make space, and get going, because the possibilities are endless (but you still have to try). White erasers make these pencils great for writers and artists alike!

• HONEST, ENCOURAGING, AND UNINTIMIDATING: This pencil set, featuring text by Adam J. Kurtz, artist and author of 1 Page at a Time, is perfect for anyone who needs a little creative boost or positive reinforcement.
• FUN OFFICE SUPPLY ITEM: These pencils are a unique way to increase your motivation at work or school. Or they make a great gift or stocking stuffer for artists, writers, and creative types.
• INCLUDES: 10 sharpened graphite pencils with erasers in box (tray with sleeve). Text on the pencils reads:
    This could be anything.
    There is nothing in your way.
    Enjoy the unknown.
    Make space for yourself.
    Nothing to see here
    It's OK to be open.
    Endless possibility.
    There is nobody here but you.
    That feeling might have a point.
    Things are what you make them.
Format: Pencils & Pens
Pages: 10
Size: 3 1/4 x 7 3/4 x 3/4
Publication Date: 08/18/2020
ISBN: 9781452184234

Adam J. Kurtz is a Brooklyn-based artist and author whose work is rooted in honesty, humor, and a little darkness. His first book, 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion, has been translated into 15 languages. He's collaborated on products for retailers such as Urban Outfitters, Strand Bookstore, and Fishs Eddy. He has also worked with Pepsi, Adobe, and the New York Times. In 2016, he was named one of Print Magazine's 15 Under 30 New Visual Artists.