Palomino Bleistift Blackwing Volumes 55 (12 St.)

Der Blackwing Volume 55

Der Blackwing 55 ist eine Hommage an den Goldenen Schnitt. Das Design ist von der Fibonacci-Folge inspiriert und enthält die selbe Graphithärte wie im Blackwing Pearl (Balanced).

Mit Wurzeln in den 1930er Jahren wurde der einst von Eberhard Faber entwickelte Bleistift 1998 eingestellt. Nach vielen Anfragen aus unterschiedlichsten Künstlerkreisen hat schließlich Palomino die Produktion 2010 wieder aufgenommen.

Hinweis: Für sparsames Spitzen mit ungewöhnlich flachem Winkel empfehlen wir den KUM "Long Point" Bleistiftspitzer.

Der Hersteller schreibt

The Golden Ratio is a mathematical ratio often found in nature, art, and design. It gives the world around us composition and symmetry that, for reasons we don’t fully understand, we find beautiful. It appears in the spiral of a seashell, the uncurling of a fern, and many other natural structures. When applied to the arts, it becomes a tool for creating balanced, organic works.

The Golden Ratio can be heard in the arrangements of Beethoven, Mozart, and Bach. It can be felt in the syllabic patterns of Sanskrit poetry. It can be seen in the works of artists and architects from Salvador Dali to Frank Lloyd Wright. It can even be applied in your day to day life by framing a portrait using photography’s “Rule of Thirds.”

The Blackwing 55 celebrates the Golden Ratio. It’s a reminder to slow down and savor the beauty around us. Each pencil contains our balanced graphite and features a design inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, a series of numbers that approximate the Golden Ratio. The width of each color block is the sum of the widths of the previous two color blocks: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, & 55. We designed it in millimeters and then scaled the design up to 1:1.175 ratio to fit the canvas of the pencil. A simple formula with a magnificent result.

Härte
balanced (ca. 2B)
Farbe
petrol, grau
Länge
ca. 20cm
Anzahl
12 Stück
Ursprungsland
Japan
43,00 €
PA046