The trend of “pop-up museums” is spreading, especially overseas. Temporal places are created where multi-dimensional engagement is combined with a visual identity to create engaging experiences.
The focus is on color, strong graphics and childlike irreverence to create a fun and playful mood in the visitor.
Here are the three that we like very much
Born on the West Cost, MOIC transforms concepts and dreams into spaces that provoke imagination and creativity. It’s designed to be a culturally inclusive environment and community, inspiring human connection and through the universal power of ice creamThe spaces are incredibly colourful and fun and lend themselves to being posted on Instagram 😉
New interactive museum, recently opened in LA, where you can find unique installations that allow you to do things you can normally only dream of. A place where you can enjoy yourself without limits, express yourself and take breathtaking photos!
A pop-up experience inspired by childhood nostalgia… as their mantra states. As an interactive installation, this multi-sensory adventure excites in person and impresses in photos. HideSeek brings childlike wonder to life and fulfills the universal dream of adulthood: to feel like a kid again.