The Landmark Project Offers Free Coloring Pages Inspired by National Parks
Thanks to Greenville, South Carolina’s The Landmark Project, you can celebrate America’s national parks while doing some coloring at home. The brand is offering four fun coloring pages depicting national parks, including Zion National Park, Yosemite National Park, Arches National Park, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park, all available for free on their website.
The Landmark Project says, “Here's to staying engaged during quarantine and spending some time coloring, or if you don't feel like coloring, send it to a friend or family member to enjoy.” Visit thelandmarkproject.com to find the coloring pages along with instructions for saving the images. (According to The Landmark Project, for a laptop or desktop, “Secondary click each coloring page, save to your desktop and print,” and on mobile, “press and hold, tap print or save to your camera roll for e-coloring.” Then just print and color. According to the brand, each image “has been drawn in quarantine by your artsy friends at The Landmark Project.” They’re also inviting budding artists to share their work by tagging @thelandmarkproject on Instagram.
The Landmark Project is a Greenville-based brand that offers beautifully designed goods celebrating landmarks across the nation. From Appalachian Trail t-shirts to branded hats, pins, posters, patches, and stickers, they’re sure to have an item featuring a place you love. (We’re partial to the Chattahoochee River poster and Ocoee River tee.) Also, The Landmark Project’s Smokey Bear collection contributes 10% of profits to support Smokey Bear's Wildfire Prevention Education fund. (You can find Smokey Bear coloring pages at thelandmarkproject.com too!)
Share these coloring pages with the kids in your life or decorate them yourself—it’s the perfect time to dream about future trips to these great parks.