Artist Hoang Tran uses crayons to make insane artistic masterpieces that will completely blow you away, but NOT in the way you might think. He doesn’t use the crayons to color at all.
Nope! He turns the crayons themselves into beautiful art by carving them up. Most of his work is inspired by pop culture, but he’s also been known to take requests for custom art! The detail on these. Unbelievable!
Hit up his Carved Crayons page on Etsy to see more of his work, purchase it or place a custom order.
Adventure Time
Characters from the popular show on Cartoon Network carved into crayons of the appropriate colors! In case you can’t tell, from right to left: Flame Princess, Marceline, Princess Bubblegum, Finn, Jake and… I dunno what that last one is. (Someone help me out on this one!)

Chewbacca from Star Wars
You’re going to quickly notice a pattern. This dude LOVES Star Wars.

Dalek from Dr. Who
They first appeared in 1963 and these extraterrestrial mutants have been a Doctor Who staple ever since.

Boba Fett from Star Wars
How dangerous and mysterious!

This was a custom request. A dog!

Ewok from Star Wars
Goes right along with his Star Wars obsession!

Jawa from Star Wars
I told you.

R2-D2 from Star Wars
The details are simply impeccable.

Hello Kitty
Because little girls want crayon carvings as well!

Darth Vader from Star Wars
Luke’s evil father in crayon form!

Walter Sobchak from The Big Lebowski
Portrayed by John Goodman in the film, he looks pretty slender in crayon format! Am I wrong? Am I wrong?

Just an extremely detailed skull carved into a crayon.

Stormtrooper from Star Wars
Don’t try to draw accurately with this crayon.

TARDIS from Dr. Who
The Time and Relative Dimension in Space is a phone booth spacecraft that allows you to travel through time. This one is just a crayon though.

House Sigils from Game of Thrones
No one died during the making of these crayon carvings. (Probably.)

Studio Ghibli
Some characters from the famous Japanese anime film studio.

Bender from Futurama
The ultimate antihero.

Star Wars Collection
Just a collection of some Star Wars characters carved into crayons.

Yoda from Star Wars
How did he do the ears?!

Breaking Bad
Let’s cook some meth!

Red means stop!

Bride And Groom
The perfect wedding gift!