A $2,850 Coloring Supply Box? Meet the KARLBOX
What happens when creative powerhouses like Faber-Castell and Karl Lagerfeld come together to create art supplies? This. This extravagant, limited-edition treasure chest is born. Meet the KARLBOX, every artist’s absolute dream:
In total, the KARLBOX contains 350 drawing instruments, between markers, pens, pastels, crayons, and colored pencils.
You’ll also find sharpeners, erasers, a watercolor brush, and an incredibly sophisticated set of drawers. Each, of course, is labeled according to the colors it carries — in German, English, and, yes, Français.
But it doesn’t stop there: these boxes are actually numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity. This is Chanel meets pencil case, and we’re loving it. The KARLBOX is a limited edition of 2,500 pieces worldwide, and will be sold at Faber-Castell stores, Karl Lagerfeld boutiques, and Harrods in London. According to WWD, “select department and specialty stores — including Breuninger in Stuttgart, Jelmoli in Zurich, Le Bon Marché in Paris and Gump’s in San Francisco — will also stock the box from Sept. 19.”
Do you think this kit is worth the $2,850 price tag? In the meantime, use what you have, grab our free coloring book, and let your creativity run wild!
Designer life got you down? We designed this coloring book to help you laugh, relax, and celebrate the things that make our craft unique.