Process X went inside the Tokai Carbon Group factory in Japan to show how graphite inserts for pencils are made.
Burl, the incredibly creative luthier of Burl's Art, hand crafted a colorful neck-through guitar out of 200 colored pencils.
President Chay found out how far three different pencils and one ballpoint pen could draw using long sheets of paper and a treadmill.
Sachin Sanghe is a talented micro-artist who carves detailed sculptures of real and fictional characters into chalk and pencil leads.
Weird History explains how common items took on specific hues that have lived on, whether by accident or by what was available at the time.
An amusing 1996 pencil test pitch trailer for the series "King of the Hill" that broke the fourth wall while introducing every character.
Alain Biet created a captivating animation featuring hand-drawn objects of everyday life dancing a ballet around and alongside one another.
A tamandua named Otis who lives at the San Diego Zoo showed off his incredibly long tongue to root out some ants at the bottom of a tube.