Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty - Mini Hypercolor

SKU: CA-hyper-sunburst
Availability: 2 in stock



In the ‘70s, it was mood rings. In the ‘80s, clothing. Want to get your hands on a timeless thermochromic product? Try our Hypercolor Thinking Putty! This groovy putty changes color with just the heat of your hands. The awesome effect makes it perfect for twists, duo-toned sculptures, 5-minute breaks, and other timeouts. Put it in the fridge then against a warm coffee mug to experience an even more intense color change.

Neon Flash , Heat Sensitive Hypercolour 2 inch tin

Known for its bright red-orange hue, neon is actually a colorless noble gas.

It needs a flash of inspiration (in the form of electricity) to get it glowing.

Spark some great ideas with Neon Flash Thinking Putty.

Exceptionally bright and inspiring, it’s sure to help you keep an open mind.


Amethyst Blush, Heat Sensitive Hypercolour 2 inch tin

Amethyst is a semi-precious purple quartz that has been popular since primitive times.

It is a secret beauty only found inside geodes and has a long association with mystic powers.

The natural color of amethyst ranges from a light violet pink to a deep reddish purple.

Experience every hue with Amethyst Blush Thinking Putty.

It starts out as a lovely dark lavender and becomes pretty in pink with just the heat of your hands.

Chameleon, Heat Sensitive Hypercolour 2 inch tin

One of the most adaptable animals in all of nature, the chameleon is a small lizard that has lived on Earth for millions of years.

It has a prehensile tail, eyes that rotate independently and an amazing ability to change its color to match its surroundings.

When you need to adapt, reach for Chameleon Thinking Putty.

It changes from a lush, tropical green into a bright fluorescent yellow right before your eyes.

Twilight, Heat Sensitive Hypercolour 2 inch tin

Inspiring songwriters, painters, and poets, the beautiful shades of twilight are also the inspiration behind Twilight Thinking Putty.

Twilight is the time of day when the sun sets into dusk.

As the sun dips below the horizon, its rays refract and scatter against the atmosphere to shine a bright blue one last time.

This putty starts out that same deep purple and turns an almost fluorescent blue to mirror the last flash of evening light.