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Top 6: May 16th 2012

Faber Castell: Terrace Cafe at Night

Top 6: May 16th 2012
To promote Faber-Castell's top-of-the-line range of Artist Colour Pencils, Ogilvy & Mather Singapore re-created well-known masterpieces such as Vincent Van Gogh's 'Terrace Cafe at Night' and Edvard Munch's 'The Scream' using thousands of colour pencils as the medium itself.

“In total, about 1176 hours went into sawing, sanding, sharpening, gluing and crafting 125,000 Faber-Castell colour pencils,” explained Steve Back, CCO. see the video here -

Ivy Ong, Faber-Castell Sales and Marketing Manager, “The Faber-Castell Polychromos Artist Colour Pencils feature high-quality leads in 120 shades of color and has been used by artists for 100 years now. This is a fantastic idea that is relevant in showcasing the rich hues and tones of our coloured pencils through these masterpieces.”
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Head of Account Management: Shirley Tay

Senior Account Executive: Ng Hui Min

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