How will you color me?
Express your creativity
Grab your pencil, your crayon, your marker — or whatever your medium —and make the Sixties come alive.
Relive the good old days
Pretend you are back in the decade of peace marches dayglo posters, slogan buttons and unforgettable rock 'n' roll, even if you weren't really there, man.
The 1960s gave rise to mindfulness and meditation. Coloring images from the 1960s helps relieve the tensions of a technology-filled world.
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Please help us get this project off the ground and get yours today.With costly usage fees to include drawings from original photos from the '60s, as well as print production, we are funding this on Kickstarter.
Meet the creators
Barry Spector is a creative director and co-founder of The Museum of Public Relations in New York. He studied photography at the High School of Art and Design and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in communication from Pratt Institute. He began My Sixties Coloring Book in 1990 and worked together with Mara Leonardi on it in 1991 and again in 2019.
Mara Leonardi is a graphic designer and art director with a focus on publication design, corporate identity, and event production. She studied illustration at the High School of Art and Design and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design from Pratt Institute. A native New Yorker and mother of two boys, she enjoys gardening, cooking, and hiking.