Photographer Bryan Derballa visited a Crayola crayon factory in Easton, Pennsylvania, and took some truly amazing shots.
The factory produces around 12 million crayons a day, and Derballa's pictures capture just how much work goes into creating them.
To start, a silo with 100,000lbs (45,359kgs) of paraffin wax is heated and transferred to mixing kettles.
Here, orange-coloured paraffin is shaped into wax crayons.
Then, a positively Wonka-esque labelling machine prepares labels for the packaging.
Meanwhile, the picture on the right shows the splatter and run-off left on the rotary mold tables from other crayon-making.