New colouring in activity for young people
Tuesday 15 September 2020
Stay home zines
Yarra Youth Services have curated a series of Zines to entertain you, your kids and teenagers while you’re at home during (COVID-19) restrictions. The series of zine activity booklets are also perfect to keep active minds busy during the school holidays.
The latest zine, designed by ‘Loser Art’, is more suitable for older children and contains a guide on how young people can customise their clothing as well as design and colouring activities.
If you don’t have access to a printer, that’s not a problem. Send us a message @yarrayouthservices on Instagram and we can post you a copy of the activity book.
You can encourage your kids to get creative by sharing their artwork on Instagram. Don’t forget to tag us in your creations! We can’t wait to see the creativity that everyone has to offer.
There will be four zines in total, so why not collect and create them all?
Download Loser Art’s zine (40MB, PDF)
More about the artist
Loser Art is well known for designing artwork for dance music events, like Nuestro Planeta, as well as a Princess Nokia concert. Loser Art has been involved in the Urban Campfire exhibition at the Neighbourhood Justice Centre and Yarra Youth Service’s International Women’s Day exhibition at Brunswick Street Gallery.
Portraying women, shape shifting deities and female demigods is a common theme in Loser Art’s work, it draws from her cultural heritage and yearning to decipher her own identity. She has a love for fashion and has been delving into digital illustration, and blending these two mediums. She enjoys designing clothing, experimenting with hand drawn/painted elements and deconstruction–creating anew.