This Museum Gave Kids Crayon Helmets And Let Them Go Wild

If drawing on the walls at home is a no-no, drawing on the walls at a museum is a massive don't-even-think-about-it. Or it was, until the playful design duo behind Matheny Studio teamed up with Melbourne's National Gallery of Victoria to create a new on-site space where kids can strap on crayon studded helmets, shoes, and all kinds of wacky gear and go completely nuts. All. Over. Everything.

This Museum Gave Kids Crayon Helmets And Let Them Go Wild

Pastello - Draw Act looks like so much fun! I mean, think back—way back—to your youth: How many times were you given the chance to doodle on something other than a sheet of paper?

This Museum Gave Kids Crayon Helmets And Let Them Go Wild

This Museum Gave Kids Crayon Helmets And Let Them Go Wild

This Museum Gave Kids Crayon Helmets And Let Them Go Wild

And did you ever use your noggin, or your freaking feet, to make modern art in a public place? To leave your signature on the furniture and get applauded, not some bummer time-out?

With medicine ball-sized crayons, wooden utensils doused in jewel-toned color, and wearable accessories that look like Lord of the Flies meets Sleeper criss-crossed with the essence of Rainbow Brite, the whole thing seems like it would be heaven for creatively-inclined children.

This Museum Gave Kids Crayon Helmets And Let Them Go Wild

This Museum Gave Kids Crayon Helmets And Let Them Go Wild

If you can swing a trip to Oz, Pastello will be up through August 31st. [Knstrct]