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Giant Colouring In Festival Art


Here's a selection of blog posts about some of the giant colouring in wall murals we've made for festivals, we draw the outlines, everyone at the festival colours them in - with some pretty spectacular results!

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An interactive colouring mural at the city of Colours street art festival in Digbeth, Birmingham.


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2015's Secret Garden Party had the theme 'childish things'. Fancy Features illustrated a powerfully glittery neon unicorn.


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Birmingham's first ever street art festival had locations around Digbeth featuring the work of more than 100 artists.


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Hundreds of visitors to Worcester's Victorian Fayre coloured in this hand drawn mural of a Victorian Worcester City Centre.


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Maria hand illustrated a canvas fancy featuring (see what we did there?!) a well trendy tiger. Then we took the canvas to Upfest, a street art festival in Bristol, for hundreds of people to colour it in.


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Maria made this dreamy colouring in mural to convey the power of imagination. We took it to Mac Birmingham for it to get coloured in by the public before it went on display in the Fancy Features open studio gallery.


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Here it is, the sky at night, ready for colouring in. Now let's see what the lovely folk at 'The End of the Road Festival' did to finish it. (WARNING: may contain bright colours, fans of beige, taupe and grey are advised to look away now!)


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Here's the giant colouring in mural that we made for Winterwell Festival 2012, a wild west themed masterpiece with totem poles, cacti and a showdown at high noon!


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Is that Mr. T? Quit your jibber jabber fool, it's the Mayor of Birmingham colouring in! He's trying not to let the weight of his bling, sorry, his chain of office, affect his colouring excellence. Did he manage it? Have a little looksie to find out.


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Shambala 2012, showcasing global talent, not least the colouring in of the Shambalans, a wonderfully eccentric bunch of fine art festival goers that did a spectacular job of colouring in this enormous canvas. Take a look at this colouring in before and after . . .


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