Anyone who wants to be really really rich one day.
To tell someone you believe their dreams will come to.
To gently mock someone who is a bit of a Del Boy.
It's completely original and not something you'll see everyone else with.
Why we love it:
It makes a very supportive gift without being cheesy.
Recent research suggests writing things down makes you three times more likely to be able to recall them compared to typing.
We love the idea that these pencils are sitting on the desk of a fully grown adult who is really rich and was given these are a tongue in cheek joke. Whilst there is a set on the desk of a child who wants to be really really rich when they grow up.
We have to make sure children continue to put pencil to paper, keep exploring their creative impulses and learn the motor skills and total freedom of expression that not many other mediums allow. On any device there are rules of engagement that we take for granted because they are so fundamental to our interaction with those devices.
Pencil and paper, it's the oldest trick in the book.
I love how this pencil set is commonly given as a gift by children to their parents, but also by the parents to their children, which has got to be a good thing.