As we are currently staying at home, I would like to share some fun colouring activities for kids found on the world wide web. Several cool artists have generously published free printables to color. Click on the links of each artist to download their artwork.
We are big fans of OMY colouring products and we normally stock up on their colouring posters for offering as gifts or also using on special occasions. They also have a free download (see below) following the “Shelter in Place” orders. If you are looking for a quick colouring fix, scroll down and enjoy a choice of some of my favorite illustration to color. If you do print and color any drawings the artists would be more than happy that you shared it with them!
Aimee from Hive Five! proposes two free colouring pages. One illustration has a COVID-19 theme.
Enjoy your poster by OMY according to your language preference. OMY makes a printable “Stay Home” poster in 6 different languages!
Behind Midnight Happy Factory is Sisca Candra an illustrator based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has made some very cute drawings that could be hung up around the house.
Zoë Ingram will surely make all flower fans happy…
Japanese artist Mogu Takahashi makes fun and cute drawings to color.
The Littlegrassland coloring pages include cute food to decorate your sandwich or pizza. They can be printed black and white or cut out in color depending on your mood.
Pénélope Bagieu is also known for her recent illustrations in Roald Dahl’s llustrated “The Witches” book. She recently published some very fun illustrations to color for kids and adults of all ages.
Becca Thomas, a Chicago based artist makes this beautiful poster to print and color. Here is our finished version!
Taproot Magazine offers an entire colouring book inspiring makers, doers and dreamers. This book features various artists and is ideal for the entire family.
Cécile Gariépy makes fun illustrations of happy people to color!
Meuf Paris presents a small selection of girl power illustrations to color. Don’t forget to tag #meufparis and share your coloring! 🥰
In 2016, the New York Academy of Medicine Library launched #ColorOurCollections. You can search for the hashtag #ColorOurCollections on Twitter and you’ll find a bunch of free colouring images from museums around the world.
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