Children are invited to draw with abandon using a whimsical array of custom crayons at Pastello Draw Act, an immersive kids space at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne. The space is equipped with wearable crayon helmets, globe-sized crayon spheres, and other delights, which the children are encouraged to use on the walls and other architectural surfaces. Pastello Draw Act was created by Italian design firm Mathery Studio. The space is open through August 31st, 2014.
photos via Mathery Studio
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