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Puzzles, Coloring, & Creativity
New York State Library "Color Our Collections" and more More "Color Our Collections" - print off and color content from libraries, museums, archives and other cultural institutions around the world featuring images from their collections.
Super Coloring - If you don't have a printer, you can color online! Click on an image you like, then click on the yellow "Color Online" button.
Public Domain Review Coloring Book 20 images from a wide range of artists, including Hokusai, Albrecht Dürer, Harry Clarke, Virginia Frances Sterrett, Jessie M. King, and Aubrey Beardsley.
Casella's Waste Systems Yes, our local waste and recycling service provider has coloring pages for you!
Aggie.io: a collaborative painting application Draw a picture together with your friends in real-time over the internet in your browser. Create new canvas and share the link to start drawing a picture together. Use the application to make a complete painting together with other artists or just as a sketchpad for brainstorming or collaborating on a project that require some visual aid.
Cuban Leaf Impression Coloring Book, 1865 The Nabb Research Center created a coloring book from one of the Special Collections items; it is available on the Internet Archive.
Google Drawings Similar to Paint, Google Drawings is a sketchpad software, accessible anywhere with your gmail account. Much like Google Docs, you can share your creations for viewing or contribution with other Google accounts.