Colorware has painted many items over the years, going back to the iPhone 3G and beyond, but its latest product is particularly clever. The limited edition Apple Pencil number 2 transforms Apple’s 2nd generation Stylus into a facsimile of a standard HB #2 pencil, with the only thing missing being the chew marks on the eraser.

“What sets it apart? It connects to your iPad instantly, charges seamlessly, and delivers precision that feels right,” the company states on the product page. “And it’s styled after the familiar pencil we all know, upgraded for today’s technology. He’s not just smart; it looks smart, too.” (As a reminder, the 2nd-generation Apple Pencil offers features like “pixel-perfect precision, tilt and pressure sensitivity, and imperceptible lag,” according to Apple.)

Colorware takes you back to elementary school with the Apple Number 2 Pencil

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Colorware goes on to describe other ways it will change your life. “It’s the unspoken impact, the silent ripple of intrigue that it sends into the room. This is not just about owning a piece of technology; it’s about wearing a symbol of uniqueness that speaks volumes before you.”

This paint sure does a lot of work! But it’s not cheap – the Apple Pencil Number 2 costs $215, which is $136 more than the 2nd generation Apple Pencil, currently priced at $79. Still, it’s undeniably adorable and would make a great gift for an iPad artist. Just don’t try to sharpen it (or chew it).

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