A few months ago, there was this amazing exhibition for kids at the National Gallery of Victoria, in Melbourne. They had asked the team behind Italian design studio ‘Mathery’ to create a space for children, ‘focussed on transforming perception surrounding the simple act of drawing.’
Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli, the brains behind Mathery, surely outdid themselves! ‘PASTELLO’, the name of the exhibition, comes from the Italian word for pastel or crayon. Massive crayon spheres, crayon helmets, slippers, cutlery; it looks beautiful and so much fun! And loved the video they made for Pastello (see below) Head over to their website to read more on the exhibition and to see the brilliant playgrounds they created for the kids: Studio Mathery.