Visitors to the Magic Art Special Exhibit in Hangzhou, China, were literally jumping right into the artworks. These 3D portraits allow visitors to interact and have fun with the pieces.
There was a total of 20 different South Korean artists that attributed works to the exhibit. Unlike many other museums, this one encourages you to go up and play around with the works.
There were plenty of amusing paintings, but some of the best consisted of King Kong, Jaws, a kick-boxer and a raptor. Everyone in the pictures is smiling and having a good time, demonstrating the success of the exhibit.
This kind of interactive artwork is a great way to get children involved in the arts.
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