We thought we'd share a bit of positivity in these uncertain times and bring you our top 3 picks of creative resources for arts and culture. Whether you're looking to learn a new skill, entertain the kids with fun activities or explore the best museums via VR, we're compiling the best out there.
We will be posting a blog featuring our TOP 3, so keep an eye out!
1. CAMILLE WALALA - COLOUR IN
Camille Walala has created a special collection of 'Colour it In" drawings of previous projects. From the iconic Dream Come True Building in Shoreditch to her most recent project 'LEGO House - DOTS X in Coals Drop Yard, Kings Cross'. Get your pencils and felt tips ready and share your visions with Camille Walala and the world. Download at:
2. GOOGLE ARTS & CULTURE
Head to Google's Arts and Culture collection. Where they give access to over 500 museums and art galleries, all from the comfort of your own home. In keeping with our art class this week "How to Draw a T Rex" with Benjamin Thomas Taylor, we've highlighted this VR experience. Teleport to the Natural History Museum in London and encounter the prehistoric ‘sea dragon’ Rhomaleosaurus, as it comes back to life before your eyes.
3. FOR THE CAR ENTHUSIASTS - COLOUR IN BOOK
For those of us who had planned to head to V&A's Cars: Accelerating the Modern World, you'll enjoy this. Audi released a colouring book that’s perfect for all ages of car fans. The book contains 13 different designs to keep you busy. You can download the book for free via this link.