This Hyper-Realistic Exhibit is Monochrome Color Goals

Artist CJ Hendry has created a monochromatic home for her newest art exhibit in Greenpoint.

The immersive exhibit “MONOCHROME” is an instagram gold mine. The colorful home was made in an open warehouse using about 12,000 Everblock plastic blocks stacked together.

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According to Hendry’s instagram, it took her five days to build out the seven rooms. The details in each room are amazing, and the color matching impeccable. From the clothing, to shoes, to appliances, to the hangers, to the plant leaves—all of it matches in color.








About the project, CJ Hendry said in a post:

“This is probably the first show where I am truly testing my creative side. Hyperrealism is so god damn frustrating, 2% creativity/98% mechanical draftsmanship, being able to actually be more wild with my thoughts has been exhausting and fucking fun. Above all else I have thoroughly enjoyed making this experience come to life.”

The exhibit is completely free to visit, and will run through Sunday (April 8) from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

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