Coloragni: first prototype, ready to go.
Coloragni: first prototype, uncapped...
Coloragni: first prototype, testing functionality before show.
Coloragni: first prototype components. A 50 cents sponge and some very cheap felt tip colored markers, 1,50 euros for 12 pack (I know, it's unbelievable...)
Coloragni: the event at Milano Triennale
Coloragni: some professional testers checking the new product.
Coloragni: extreme testing.
COLORAGNI, toys for drawing | COME ON KIDS (event)

This toy is a "drawing machine" made by assembling a 50 cents sponge and 6 cheap felt tip pens: the idea is not only let the children play using costless materials, but teach them how to make their own toys. It was presented at the first edition of "Come on kids", a moving festival aimed to teach to children a "design approach". In february 2013 it was at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan and soon after the exhibition was repeated at the space of Fondazione Querini Stampalia in Venice.

(many thanks to Giorgio Camuffo)

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Gianpietro Gai
senior product designer Valdobbiadene, Italy