We write a lot, and our utensil of choice is always a pencil.
We choose a pencil because we make mistakes, and using an erasable pen is just not an option. A pencil is also more than just some wood, and graphite, it’s a feeling. The way a pencil glides across paper like a figure skater on ice, the way it sounds as your writing like a symphony. A pencil—like what your making with it—is a work of art. Like people, they are beautiful in all shapes, and sizes.
Pens, however, are none of those things. They’re cold, usually pretty clunky, and are always out of ink. And for that we condemn them to spend there days on the shelves of grocery stores, gas stations, and your local Staples.
So, now we collect pencils, and what better way to start your collection then with a classic red pencil with the phrase FORMER CHILD STAR stamped on it. After all, who isn’t?
These pencils are classic, eraser-tipped #2's, in a bold red that says F-U to every one around you. Made by Musgrave in Shelbyville, Tennessee, and stamped by a 1960s Kingsley Hot Foil Press with a set of all-capitals News Gothic moveable type.
Whether your writing an essay or sketching a portrait our pencil will always have your back.