'Color Me Blank' is an Interactive Painting Wall of Self Expression

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Feb 14, 2013 • References: andrewneyer & likecool
Graphic artists Andrew Neyer and Andy J. Miller, both known for their minimalist drawings using stylized lines, collaborated to create a big painting wall for others to interact with.

'Color Me Blank' showcases bold outlines in an otherwise white room with giant paint markers. As Andrew Neyer explains, no one was instructed to color in the wall, it was just a natural reaction for people to pick up the marker and interact with the mural. Many utilized the experience to express their own individuality and did not stay within the lines created by the artists -- even the glasses were painted over.

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