Okuda creates “Colouring the World”, a coloring project for Spain

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Artist Okuda San Miguel has created the Colouring the World project to bring art to homes this quarantine season

Okuda San Miguel and his Ink and Movement team have created Colouring the World to bring color to Spain. It’s a series of actions related to art to activate everyone at home these days.

Courtesy: Okuda San Miguel

Thus, for many, being quarantined due to the coronavirus has been tough in terms of having time to spare. Moreover, while many have created projects, worked, watched movies and series, it is also legit not to do anything because of the uncertainty.

However, here’s another option by artist Okuda San Miguel and Ink a Movement. It is Colouring the World, which seeks to bring art to the homes of all Spaniards.

Courtesy: Okuda San Miguel

Furthermore, the project features the release of the documentary Equilibri that shows Okuda’s creative process. Specifically of the Fallas de Valencia that he designed in 2018 together with Latorre and Sanz. However, this is like an old memory because of the cancellation of this year’s Valencian celebration which, by the way, had a piece by Escif as the main Falla.

Courtesy: Okuda San Miguel

Equilibri will be available free of charge to all subscribers of the Filmin platform in Spain. Additionally, for international subscribers, it will be able for 2.95 euros.

Moreover, it should be noted that the proceeds from the documentary during the quarantine period will be donated to the Spanish Red Cross.

Courtesy: Okuda San Miguel

In addition, the artist has made a series of masks designed for children. Hence, these can be colored or painted as they wish, all under the name Coloreando Cantabria

Lastly, you’ll find the mask templates in this article and you can also donate to the Red Cross. So it’s a good option to bring color to homes with the little ones as we help.

Click here to download the masks.

Courtesy: Okuda San Miguel
Courtesy: Ink and Movement

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish)

David Zuriaga

Música, Artes, Fotografía, Perros y Punk.

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