Artwork Made From Crayons

Meet the artist who was inspired by a voice from above to start making these spectacular 3D sculptures out of hundreds and thousands of Crayola crayons. Nashville based Herb Williams, 37, takes the nostalgic children’s colouring tool and transforms them into colourful, vibrant sculptures. Penniless and starving nine-years-ago, the crazy crayon artist has become world famous for his sculptures – and possibly Crayola’s biggest customer.

Meet the artist who was inspired by a voice from above to start making these spectacular 3D sculptures out of hundreds and thousands of Crayola crayons. Nashville based Herb Williams, 37, takes the nostalgic children's colouring tool and transforms them into colourful, vibrant sculptures. Penniless and starving nine-years-ago, the crazy crayon artist has become world famous for his sculptures - and possibly Crayola's biggest customer.

Meet the artist who was inspired by a voice from above to start making these spectacular 3D sculptures out of hundreds and thousands of Crayola crayons. Nashville based Herb Williams, 37, takes the nostalgic children's colouring tool and transforms them into colourful, vibrant sculptures. Penniless and starving nine-years-ago, the crazy crayon artist has become world famous for his sculptures - and possibly Crayola's biggest customer.

Meet the artist who was inspired by a voice from above to start making these spectacular 3D sculptures out of hundreds and thousands of Crayola crayons. Nashville based Herb Williams, 37, takes the nostalgic children's colouring tool and transforms them into colourful, vibrant sculptures. Penniless and starving nine-years-ago, the crazy crayon artist has become world famous for his sculptures - and possibly Crayola's biggest customer.

Meet the artist who was inspired by a voice from above to start making these spectacular 3D sculptures out of hundreds and thousands of Crayola crayons. Nashville based Herb Williams, 37, takes the nostalgic children's colouring tool and transforms them into colourful, vibrant sculptures. Penniless and starving nine-years-ago, the crazy crayon artist has become world famous for his sculptures - and possibly Crayola's biggest customer.