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Kaba Crayon

These crayons let you play with hippos are you draw, making drawing even more fun while encouraging kids to develop their imaginations. Their colors don't rub off onto your hands easily, so they can even be used as interior decoration. Cherish you time with hippos, which are currently in danger of extinction.

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This is a message from the earth

Small changes are taking place on earth.

Now, the plants and animals which we are accustomed to is on the verge of extinction. We need to make the decision to act and recognize the need to cherish our environment and the Earth itself. 

A percentage of all sales of the earth by +d range goes towards the preservation of endangered wildlife. 

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- Attention for use -

This product is not edible.
This item is non toxic, but please be careful so that it does not get in eyes or mouth.
A force, such as a fall, may break the crayon.
Please keep it away from heat and direct sunlight.
If used by children under 6 years old, a guardian's supervision is recommended.
※ The Kaba Crayon is harder than general crayons therefore it is recommended for use on rough paper.


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mds size

Kaba Crayon - Set of 6

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mds size

Product size : W26×D57×H13mm (1 pc)
Package size : W170×D62×H17mm
Product weight : 12g (1 pc)
Total weight (including packaging) : 85g

mds variation

Basic (Black • Blue • Red • Yellow • Green • Brown)

Gradation (Light Blue • Light Green • Yellow • Orange • Pink • Purple)

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Pigment, Polythylene, Calcium Carbonate, Liquid Paraffin, Paraffin Wax

mds spec

Made in Japan

mds price

RM 53.00


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Kaba-crayon designer

Ryo Shimura

Designer Profile:

Ryo Shimura has won awards for his project under the theme of "Mass Extinction”, which was inspired by environmental problems such as deforestion, air pollution and global warming. He uses the hippopotamus as a symbol for a fading environment and takes interest in their plight.  

KONICA MINOLTA Eco & Art Award 2011 : Special Prize Display Design

Designer Comment : 

Hippos are poached for their tusks and meat and are now in danger of extinction. I hope this mug will help people come to like hippos and take an interest in their plight.