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Faber-Castell is celebrating equality and cultural diversity with our World Colors colored pencil sets! Rooted in Germany and represented in over 120 countries, Faber-Castell is a global brand striving to provide complete inclusivity to children and creatives of all ethnicities.
 
Incorporating six blendable skin tones with a traditional color pencil set, we are the first company to allow children the ability to accurately express themselves through art. Developed with makeup artists, the 6 colors can be blended to allow any child to draw their likeness. 

Fun Fact: 48% of kids and young adults identify themselves as a person of color. It is estimated that by 2060, 63% of children under 18 will self-identify as a person of color. With diversity on the rise, there is an overwhelming need for proper representation in the art world and in the classroom.

Children can create with confidence in the classroom by drawing themselves, their friends and family with colors that capture every person's uniqueness!

World Colors Blog Posts

How to Draw a Self-Portrait

In this self-portrait art lesson, students celebrate diversity and self expression by creating an art collage inspired by the book The Skin You Live In, by Michael Tyler.

World Colors Launch Party

Art Educator Franz Spohn lead children through creating a "Pop-Up Family Portrait" using our newly released World Colors Colored Pencils.

Celebrate Diversity with World Colors

Join Faber-Castell in celebrating equality and cultural diversity with our World Colors colored pencils. Represented in over 120 countries, Faber-Castell is a global brand striving to provide complete inclusivity to children and creatives of all ethnicities.

Children of the World Coloring Pages

Felix

Felix is 10 years old and lives near Munich in Germany.

Tamani

“Namasté”! That is how Tamani greets her friends in India.

Anouk

Anouk is seven years old and comes from Greenland, a massive island between Canada and the Scandinavian countries.

Leilani

“Aloha Kakahiaka!” Leilani is 12 and lives on Hawaii.

Emily

Emily is 7 years old and lives in Canada.

Lino

Lino is 8 years old and lives in a small village in the mountains of Peru.

Sachiko

Eight-year-old Sachiko lives with her family in Tokyo, Japan's capital city.

Sekou

Sekou is 10 years old and is part of the Masai ethic group.

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