Crayola is about to introduce a new blue crayon, but wants the fans to name it. 

The new crayon is based on a blue pigment accidentally discovered by scientists at Oregon State University in 2009 while experimenting with materials that could be used in electronics. The pigment is known as YInMn (yihn-mihn) blue.

Fans have until June 1st to submit their ideas for the crayon's name. Submissions can be made HERE.

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The new blue crayon will replace the recently retired Dandelion.

As part of the yellow crayon's "retirement tour," you can also purchase a 64-count box of all Dandelion crayons or a 2 lb. Mega Crayon.