83 Comments

  1. David

    Not including the “c” in EnviroStik saves the energy of carving and embossing the ‘c’ in each pencil, clearly. Letters are a non-renewable resource, after all.

  2. Charlie

    Thanks for the pencil goodness! I’d love to snag this…for new pencils to try and share with a couple of almost-Revolutionaries! :)

  3. Sarah

    What a marvelous site! I’ve been coming here for pencil reviews for ages :) I really hope I get the giveaway!

  4. Steve D.

    John, thanks to your blog, I’m using pencils again after taking a 20 year break from them. As a lefty I have been on a 20 year search for pens that dry fast enough that I don’t smear them, and still lay down a continuous line without skipping. I have settled on the Uniball Jetstream, and Pentel Energels. Then I started reading your blog, and even wrote a 1000 words today in pencil. It was a great experience with clean continuous lines with no skipping on cheap ruled filler paper. Unlike ink when I saw the dark collection of graphite on the bottom of my hand a quick wash in the sink and it was all gone. Thanks for reminding me to try writing with pencils again.

  5. Spencer S

    I’ve been lurking on this website for over a year now, but this is my first comment. Suffice it to say that I’ve enjoyed your blog and I always look forward to new posts. Pencils cost energy and resources to make, and so do pencil blogs.

  6. Thanks for a chance to win. As an artist I love trying out new supplies, yet I have not tried new pencils. The pencil I currently use is down to 3 inches. =)

  7. Ashley

    “A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere.” -Joyce Meyer

    What a great quote! Thanks for the the cool info on pencils! Love your blog!

  8. Elyssa

    What a wonderful site! Who can resist a pencil, even in these technological times? Lovely idea for the competition too, thanks.

  9. Aaron Stanley

    What a fantastic giveaway! Thank you so very much for the opportunity. I never seem to win anything, so I won’t hold my breath – but I’ll still keep my fingers crossed.

  10. DirtyDogJean

    After taking some experimental abstract classes, I’m going full circle back to drawing basics…with pencils.

  11. DacholaEtecoon

    I started reading this blog last July, I have found so many interesting articles to read here and linked from here. Thank you for oportunity in the giveaway.

  12. Alas Raan

    Very clever; wish I’d thought of it myself. A great way to “clean house” in an environmentally acceptable manner.

  13. This one comment is so much easier than say — switching out the cool, seemingly heaven-sent smooth ( borderline magic ) pencil I might find upon the counter of a dry cleaners, with an unforgiving 6H I happen to had miraculously found on the floor of my car.

  14. Papish

    Heyyyyy!!! Earth’s day’s my birthday!! :D
    Happy to participate on your giveaway. Thank you for the opportunity :)

  15. ita9080

    I love this blue pen blue symbol that blue water air our planet earth! Thank you very much for the draw no mayr gift a pra pen to describe our dreams, ambitions, sorrows and exploits. A greeting and thank you very much :)

  16. Dino

    It’d be cute if you were to also throw in a green colour pencil while you’re there. Get it? Green pencil? :ducks:

  17. Thank you for all of our entries! We’ve picked a winner randomly and received his/her address. So this giveaway is closed. Stay tuned for the next one!

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