For anyone running out of creative ideas while we quarantine, I have some great news for you! Artists and illustrators alike have taken to social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and Tumblr to post free coloring pages and books. Now, I know what you are thinking, “I’m too old to be coloring,” but did you know coloring relieves stress? I know I need to find other creative outlets during this pandemic, and I believe you should too!
First up is Susie Ghahremani, an illustrator who goes by the alias @boygirlparty. She posts adorable illustrations of animals on her feed and also owns a website dedicated to her work. Her children books, ‘Stack the Cats’ and ‘Balance The Birds’ are purchasable through her website as well.
still posting daily coloring sheets to my instagram stories! https://t.co/7ruCC7BpCo
i’m making and putting these out there because we’re all feeling stressed & a few minutes of creativity might help you (or your kids) reset ❤️ pic.twitter.com/6wtUNLCbwZ
— susie ghahremani (@boygirlparty) March 31, 2020
There are plenty of other artists to go around, however, I want to direct my attention towards my adult crowd. There are a handful of illustrators out there who are posting free adult coloring pages as well. These illustrators are Jenny A La Mode, James Jean, and Camilla D’Errico. I have provided their handle names and I highly recommend you check them out. Don’t forget to color inside the lines!
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