The Crayola is retiring one of its classic beautiful shades of yellow from its range.

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The Crayola is retiring one of its classic beautiful shades of yellow from its range.

The Crayola is retiring one of its classic beautiful shades of yellow from its range. So the beautiful color of the sun will never be the same again in many children’s drawings. However, the Crayola Company announced dandelion will be retiring in their Twitter video post.

According to the news updates, The Crayola has announced that it will be retiring their Dandelion yellow from its crayon boxes and catalog in order to make space for a new color. Crayola wants to introduce a new special iconic color.

Any yellow shade in the art will generally call attention to itself and catch your eye because of its firm lightness on a tonal scale of light to dark.

And Many grand artists have exploited that attribute of the color yellow brilliantly including Gauguin and Giotto, Turner. And this is very shocking. Now it is the 3rd time in Crayola’s long history that it has dropped one or more colors.

And the first time in Crayola’s long history, it is removing 1 from its box of 24. However, it is removing one most beautiful and iconic color of yellow from its box of 24.

Now the new color is expected to join the pack. However as dandelion heads into retirement the new beautiful color is expected to join this pack. Crayola crayons were produced in 1903 by Binney Smith Co.

It is based in Easton, Pennsylvania. It is very popular among children. And while replacement color of yellow will not be announced until May. It would be a shade of blue. The Crayola’s marketing head Melanie Bolden said.

 

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