You’re in for a treat with this post, folks! I’m sure by now you’ve seen the crazy photos that are being posted about Color Factory, a two-story color experience with room after room of Instagram-worthy set ups spear-headed by the ever-visionary, Jordan Ferney of Oh Happy Day, in San Francisco. Last week I took a quick trip to see it in person.
The color maze culminates in the yellow ball pit, which made for the best “reverse” function on Stories of all time, no?!
No detail was left untouched as I wound through, including these stripey stairs, which just so happened to go well with my dress.
And the facade alone is enough to bring you to SF!
Jordan employed the likes of some of my favorite designers and artists out there like Jacob Dahlgren, Tom Stayte, Geronimo Balloons, Tosha Stimage, Stanton Jones, Andrew Neyer and Andy J Jiller, Carissa Potter, Jessica Hische, Rebecca Wright, Randi Brookman Harris, Leah Rosenberg, and Erin Jang.
At the start you’re greeted with some tablets, which set you up with a card that you can take around from photobooth to photobooth, making it easy to get your own selfies taken. Brilliant.
Geronimo Balloons created an Yves Klein blue balloon room, right next to disco fever.
Again, no detail left untouched, as is the case with the elevator.
And the windows.
The green room included a giant coloring wall.
A turntable for colorful macarons, bien sur!
At the end, Randi Brookman Harris has curated a selection of yellow goodies. You know I love me some yellow.
One of the best parts of the tour, though I didn’t get to experience it myself, is the scavenger hunt map that Erin Jang created featuring 17 surprises around the neighborhood. You’ve got to try it out and let me know how it goes!
Curious, right?! I just caught word that they’ve now sold out for August and will be selling September tickets soon so stay tuned.
Head over to my Instagram where I’ll be posting more!
Photos from my iphone and from @colorfactoryco