We joined forces with ArtsEd Washington to establish 'Color for the Arts' a new art supplies fund for Title 1 schools in Washington state with high numbers or high percentages of children living in low-income households. Together we donated one physical coloring book for each book sold, along with 100% of profits from the book to these Title 1 schools and surrounding communities. Thank you to all the purchased a book(s) and supported our initiative! Keep an eye out for a part 2 and download the entire book to print yourself for free below!
This one of a kind coloring book features vectored images of the iconic Vivid Matter Collective BLM street mural letters devoid of their color. Allowing you to become a part of this historic artwork. There is even a special page where you yourself get to design your own letter, and really become a part of the movement!
Staying inside the lines while coloring always felt like a big ask as a child, now we're being asked to also stay inside our homes in a time of such uncertainty.
Using the power of art, and Seattle's world renown community of artists, we are bringing free activities into your home and homeschooling regime.
Printable coloring pages by Seattle artists will keep your children and family entertained while you run the world from home, or help you decompress and reconnect alone offline.
Discover your new favorite local artists through collaborating with them on a new refrigerator masterpiece, and show them support from the comfort of your home while you STAY INSIDE!
Continue to check back for new pages and artists being added regularly.