pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION
pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION
pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION
pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION
pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION
pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION
pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION
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pencil . blackwing vol. 55 LIMITED EDITION

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The Blackwing 55 celebrates the Golden Ratio. It’s a reminder to slow down and savour the beauty around us. Each pencil contains our balanced graphite and features a design inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, a series of numbers that approximate the Golden Ratio. The width of each color block is the sum of the widths of the previous two color blocks (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, & 55mm). A simple formula with a magnificent result.

 

Details:

  • Each box contains 12 pencils

  • balanced graphite (similar to Blackwing Pearl pencil, close to a 3B)

  • Iconic square Blackwing ferrule in silver with a pink eraser (you can refill the erasers)

  • Hexagonal pencils

  • Design inspired by the Fibonacci sequence

  • Made in Japan from renewable Californian incense-cedar

  • Limited edition

  • The Golden Ratio is a mathematical ratio often found in nature, art, and design. It gives the world around us composition and symmetry that, for reasons we don’t fully understand, we find beautiful. It appears in the spiral of a seashell, the uncurling of a fern, and many other natural structures. When applied to the arts, it becomes a tool for creating balanced, organic works.