Last week, Ribena opened the doors of its very own Colouring Café in London's Convent Garden last week and invited people in to colour in their own portion of an amazingly bonkers piece of art. They were adding their own dramatic splash of colour to a quirky, joy-filled surrealist city landscape designed by Alex. A chance to leave the world behind for a while and add a splash of colour to your day. Life doesn't get any more Ribenary!
Designed to illustrate the little things that make us smile every day, there are fun things to spot everywhere in this bright cityscape. Once she had designed the large piece, Rachel's creation was chopped into 120 individual pieces and a group of fun-seekers were invited to grab life by the felt tip.
Let loose pens, they coloured away to their hearts' content, in-between filling up on tasty Ribena Light (and cake!), of course. Have a look at the fun that was had:
As an artist Alex Lucas is all about the simple happy things. The walls of her Bristol home are covered in giant birds and flowers making it a work of art in itself, and every Saturday she opens her front window, selling artwork through her 'Window Shop'. And this quirky approach to art and life certainly shows in her wonderful Ribena-inspired mural.
Find out more and create your own colourful creation at the Ribena Colouring Café
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