This Large-Scale Installation Is Created with Over 30,000 Muji Pens
Can’t. Look. Away.
Any Muji fan can tell you how amazing it’s rainbow lineup of color pens are. Well, it looks like they make not only great stationery, but also handy materials for creating art.
In a new video, the Japanese lifestyle store has unveiled a mesmerizing installation made with a total of 37,968 Muji pens. Dubbed “TOKYO PEN PIXEL,” the art work sees the pens arranged in a systematic manner, ultimately forming the pattern of the iconic Tokyo Tower. It’s written on the Muji website,
From quick doodles to artful illustrations, we hope your pen will help you color your world, inside and outside of the lines.
As a Christmas gift from Tokyo to Paris, the installation will be displayed at Muji’s Forum des Halles store in France from December 2 until December 17. The color pens will be given away for free after the exhibition period. Check out the address below if you’d like to see the project IRL.
Muji (Forum des Halles, Paris)
1 Porte Pont Neuf,
75001 Paris, France