COLOR FACTORY SAN FRANCISCO: DARE TO PLAY WITH COLOURS!

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If you are in San Francisco and you love to party, have fun and discover what is hidden at the end of the rainbow, our advice is to visit the Interactive Museum of Colors, aka the Color Factory.

Color Factory San Francisco

Color Factory San Francisco

Inside the Color Factory, losing yourself in an artistic context has never been so fun. This gaudy building is located at 575 of Sutter Street, and it’ll be love at first sight with its playful architecture.

Not far from China Town, this cheerful structure was born in the downtown area of the city. The project was created and developed by Creative Director Leah Rosenberg – who was founder of the design and party’s ideas website “Oh Happy Days” in 2006 – in collaboration with Art Director & Designer Erin Jang, ex-Art Director of the newspaper Esquire, who has worked with clients of the caliber of Disney and Urban Outfitters.

Color Factory San Francisco

Color Factory San Francisco

COLOR FACTORY SAN FRANCISCO

The museum is everything but a classic, silent and meditative exhibition. Indeed, we are talking about a real artistic attraction where you can delve yourself into a 12.000 square feet life explosion.

Big rooms full of balloons, stroboscopic balls and floors, giant markers made to paint walls as you wish and, hold on tight, an area where a confetti cannon to flood yourself with a real storm of happiness. These are just a few of the things you can find inside the Color Factory’s extravagant world.

Color Factory San Francisco

Color Factory San Francisco

COLOR FACTORY SAN FRANCISCO

This giant artwork has brought a lot of talents under the same roof. Jacob Dahlgren, Tom Stayte, Geronimo Balloons, Tosha Stimage, Stanton Jones, Andrew Neyer & Andy J. Miller, Carissa Potter, Jessica Hische, Rebecca Wright, Randi Brookman Harris, Leah Rosenberg and Erin Jang will bring your emotions to the very limits of reality.

A unique journey, far away from everyday’ routine. The perfect stop for families, adults eager to rediscover their inner child and those who, despite everything, are still and will always be forever young.

Color Factory

575 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA

hello@colorfactory.co

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