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COLORS: Charity Artbook

“I never thought that I would have the chance to work with a large, talented group of artists such as those who fill these pages. This project began as a simple collaborative idea, and grew into a full-fledged army of over seventy artists from around the world. COLORS is about making people happy. It is about helping others, giving to the community, and being bright and creative. I cannot be more thankful and more honored; I am beyond speechless with gratitude to everyone for all their hard work, dedication, and support.” – Katie Ryan, Project Coordinator,

The other day, I received my copy of COLORS: Charity Artbook, a collaboration of unique illustrations made for charity. Unfortunately, the book got a bit dented in the care of the postal service on its way to my mailbox, but that did not lessen the effect of all the great artwork as I turned each page.

The artists who contributed to this book all have different style but they have been united together under the simple theme of colors. Each “color” chapter is a group of artists who incorporates the color assigned to them into their artwork. Otherwise, they are free to draw, paint, create whatever they wished to.

The end result is a beautiful collection inside a single book, lovingly put together by graphic designer, Fawn Lau. This is a must for collectors and art lovers, and you can still order a copy at the website. All proceeds for this book goes towards National Organization of Rare Disorders.