Did You Have A Good Weekend pencils
'Did You Have a Good Weekend' is a phrase heard in offices around the world on Monday mornings. On a wooden graphite pencil, the phrase is a reminder of the place of work and the ways in which we think about it, during our passing lives.
The graphite is graded hard and we sell the pencils in packets of 7 pencils for $15.
The pencils belong to the 720 pencils that formed the artwork, 'The weekends in 15 years of working life minus one month’s annual leave taken each year as a continuous block' by Sally-Ann Rowland, shown in 2013 at Fremantle Art Centre, Perth, WA.