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Dreamworks/Pixar Coloring Book

Dreamworks/Pixar Coloring Book
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Animators from the cartoon giants lead a community of creatives to draw for good.

Plus Aziz
  • 13 november 2012

66 animators were brought together to create the ‘ultimate coloring book’ in The Picture Book Project Foundation. The foundation was launched by animators Rachel Tiep-Daniels, Margaret Wuller of DreamWorks and Pixar producer Karen Dufilho-Rosen. Rachel and Margaret were initially inspired upon volunteering at orphanages in Mexico and Ghana, where they witnessed the compelling power of drawing.

The coloring book brings together established artists to raise funds for children in West Africa, Mexico, and Cambodia. In spite of the originality of the characters in the coloring book, many kids were requesting Disney characters and other popular animation icons.

Learn more about purchasing the coloring book here.

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