The 'Color Me' exhibit by artists Andrew Neyer and Andy J. Miller has patrons getting involved in the action by donning massive markers to help color in the art. A true form of crowdsourcing, the art exhibit is a fantastic innovation by the two artists by encouraging everyone to get involved, get hands on and get messy.
There's a cardinal rule when it comes to museums: look, but don't touch. 'Color Me' does away with that notion and even provides the utilities to put your personal touch on the exhibit. Who wouldn't want to grab an oversized marker and get to work in an otherwise stuffy environment? 'Color Me' by Neyer and Miller can help expand the horizons of what a museum might look like in the future.
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