and now for the main event… the event we planned our whole trip (and outfits) around…the color factory! this pop up museum is an interactive experience encouraging folks to create those instagrammable moments (RIP kodak) and play with the hues in each room. under the creative direction of leah rosenberg and the art direction and design of erin jang, you find yourself completely immersed in the work of multiple artists. from tom stayte’s room filled with selfies to the giant yellow ball pit filled with 207,000 balls…
can you be addicted to buying art? because i think i am…or maybe i’m addicted to shopping (that’s me inadvertently admitting i’m a shopaholic but let’s not linger on that for too long). i’ve begun settling into my new place which means i’ve started the “let’s make this house a home!” phase. i’m filling all my blank walls with photos, prints, macramé, mirrors -did i leave out anything? i’m also trying to tackle how to hang this beautiful yet enormously heavy painting my dear friend made but i’m renting and the thought of drilling holes into the wall makes me break into a sweat. anyways…i think my art addiction began when i went to austin a couple months ago. my brother and i stumbled upon this store that supported local crafters and artists and i found (narrowed it down to) two prints that i absolutely had to take home with me. since then i’ve been on the hunt for some cool pieces for my new place, which is what brings me to tutticonfetti! i just recently discovered the talented marta colomer of tutticonfetti and i can’t get enough of her illustrations. i love seeing these characters like this and i can’t wait to welcome jimi to his new home!
i could read these interviews all day. freunde von freunden is a great thing for the creative community.
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