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The Art of Pens

Posted on May 7, 2012 in Dose of Design , Lifestyle
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From May 9 to 11, Faber-Castell celebrates its 250th anniversary at The Art of Pens exhibition in Taikoo, Hong Kong. Since 1761, Faber-Castel has emerged from its humble beginnings as a pencil manufacturer to becoming the world’s largest producer of writing intstruments and art supplies. Brought to Hong Kong for the first time, the exhibition will showcase German artist Kerstin Schulz’s pencil chair as well as the world’s oldest pencil, the world’s smallest pencil, the world’s most expensive pencil and the limited edition 250th Anniversary Art & Graphic Jubilee Cabinet and Pen of the Year 2012. There will also be colour pencil production demonstrations and artists creating works with Faber-Castel products.

Time: 11am to 8:30pm, daily
Location: Second floor mezzanine, Cityplaza, Taikoo, Hong Kong

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