By Egotist / / This year, for International Women’s Day, Eleven imagined and hosted their first ever pop-up museum for employees, friends and family called “The Lady Factory”. They hosted a kick-off launch party for The Lady Factory on Monday night with over 175 guests. The space, which was entirely designed and built by agency employees over the weekend, included interactive experiences, original wallpaper installations and artwork designed by Eleven employees to raise money for wage parity. People can buy the wallpaper designs as products and artwork, as well as limited edition installation artifacts at The Lady Factory website. All proceeds will go to organizations that work for equal pay and other women’s rights. Organizations will be announced on the site. Partners of The Lady Factory launch include animation shop Psyop and artist Paula Mangin. Oh, and don’t forget to check out their fun Instagram channel, too.
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