Street artist Swoon’s Heliotrope Foundation continues to add artists to its lustrous roster of prints and projects with a new program of pieces for you and your kids to color in.
“We worked with a few artists to make this activity book in response to all the need for home schooling and anyone else who likes to color,” she tells us.
The collection is called Compass: “a unique and beautiful handbook, a collection of creative activities and an inspirational journal. The aim of the project is to generate work for artists while sharing the joy and necessity of art to heal, grow and play.”
Compass is available to you as a free download.
COMPASS is a free PDF activity book available for distribution to those at home, those with children, and those looking for something to be motivated by. If you would like to distribute Compass in your local area, please contact us: email@example.com
Tag @TheHeliotropeFoundation on Instagram with your finished COMPASS pages & we may share your work! #HeliotropeCompass
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