Coloring pages aren’t just for kids anymore. Car enthusiasts and designers confined to their homes are finding new ways to share their love of cars Earlier this month, we shared some coloring books designed by our favorite automakers. Since then more automakers and designers have jumped in to help us creatively pass the time during coronavirus quarantine.
More Coloring Pages for Car Enthusiasts
Whether you have kids and are looking for a fun activity to do together as a family, or a car enthusiast looking for ways to help pass the time, download and print out the pages, grab some pencils, markers, or crayons, and start scribbling away.
VW releases mini coloring book
Volkswagen has released a mini coloring book featuring six new and classic models to help children and their families alleviate boredom and flex their creative muscles. Wannabe artists of all ages can personalize their Beetle or create a one-of-a-kind Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport.
You’ll also find Golf GTI, Arteon, and Jetta GLI. Fans are encouraged to share their finished masterpieces with Volkswagen on Instagram by tagging @VW. Click here to download the Volkswagen mini coloring book.
Nissan designers create a 23-page downloadable coloring book
Over the past few weeks, Nissan designers from around the world created 23 downloadable coloring pages for car enthusiasts. These pages feature classic cars, concepts, and current models. Nissan fans will be pleased to see the Nissan Figaro and ChoiMobi included. Download the Nissan coloring pages here.
“Our team of designers, worldwide, are using this time to breathe, to draw, to dream creatively. I know that some of their best work will come from the challenges that we’re facing now. So we thought, ‘Why not give everyone a chance to express themselves creatively and share it with those who will appreciate it?'”Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan’s senior vice president for global design.
Draw, Draw, Draw
Alfonso Albaisa is launching an effort to encourage creativity while at home with input from his two young sons. In this video, he shows what he is currently drawing and why. In the coming weeks, other designers from his team will also be featured in videos talking about their designs, inspiration, how they became car designers, and tips for those looking to become designers themselves.
“To draw, draw, draw, in our world, is one of the best ways to close the gap between wonderful creative impulses in your head and making it a reality – especially as we face this global pandemic together.”Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan’s senior vice president for global design.
“Our inspiration for this project came from Nissan designer Giovanny Arroba, the creative mind behind the recently unveiled Ariya Concept car,” said Albaisa. “Gio was asked for advice on becoming a car designer. He said, simply and beautifully, ‘Draw like crazy. Draw, draw, draw.'”
Nissan is encouraging anyone participating to tag their drawings with #drawdrawdraw. You can participate with any medium from sidewalk art to napkin sketches, or the Nissan downloaded coloring book pictures.
“Don’t be surprised if you see a Nissan designer comment on your drawings and artwork.”