Boya is a soft wax pastel for drawing, colouring and painting, with a different design that makes the little ones more creative and artists more expressive.
✓ Red Dot Design Award
✓ Ergonomic shape design allows a more natural and expressive drawing approach
Monochrome: black, white, silver
Basic: yellow, red, blue, black
Mediteraneo: beetroot purple, plum blue, lime green, sunflower yellow
Vintage: four pastel Boya crayons and a pink crayon
Rainbow: yellow, orange, red, blue, green, purple
Perfect 10: 10 Boya crayons
Different sides of the Boya crayon allow many possibilities.
Boya crayon is a perfect tool that corresponds with your hand movement and pressure. The same crayon allows you different possibilities when using different sides of its form because of its functional shape.
Using around part of the Boya crayon helps to draw with pressure.
You should use the round, thicker part of the Boya crayon form for harder pressure, energetic movements, and when you need to achieve a more intense colour.
Boya crayon does not break while drawing with harder pressure because of its manufacturing process and shape.
The crayon's flat edge side allows you to use it in a brushstroke manner, gradually mixing and adding colour. As this side of the crayon is flat, it is more difficult to achieve deeper colour by pressing the crayon on paper. Instead, rather progressively and slowly move your hand similarly to painting with a brush. That will create a smooth and excellent effect in colour mixing on paper because gently applying different colours is the desired tone.
Why is this drawing tool so different from others?
Boya crayons shape is a more natural, intuitive and expressive way of shading and drawing. Moreover, its form accommodates many creative users, from children and amateurs to professionals. As opposed to the restrictive form of pencil-shaped drawing tools, Boya's ergonomic shape design allows a more natural and expressive drawing approach. Boya presents an innovative approach to drawing with a form that can adapt to drawing lines and coloured surfaces. Its teardrop form allows the wrist to be accessible without conforming to the movements dictated by other, more restrictive shapes. Boya does not imply a way of holding, and the user can position the hand as they want to. The wrist movement is more fluid, and the user can achieve balance and stability by quickly adapting to its form.
Did you know that children surrounded by everyday activities tend to be more creative and have strong self-confidence and self-respect?
We learn, play, relax and evolve.
Creativity is an essential part of childhood. It is the only way to learn how to think, be nimble and express emotions. Creativity can help us express who we are. It would be best to encourage children to be more curious and imaginative, and Boya helps with that. The form in which Boya crayons shape is the first step to evoke curiosity in children; finding the solution leads to creative results.
We can say that creativity is a skill, and after we develop it, we can better understand what affects others and why. Therefore, being creative is fantastic, and everybody can do it.