I'd been reading here and there (the NYT, WHERE, etc) that the Triennale Design Museum in Milan has only been open since 2007 but it's clearly a hit with locals and visitors to judge from Sunday's crowd. It features everything from fonts to fountains, from autostradas to adverts and from political slogans to booze posters. It's one of those art venues that's like going to a Claes Oldenberg retrospective, where everyone's happy and smiling.
A lot of WOWS here. Go!