Support your love for downtown!
We’re excited to release a unique new collection of coloring pages featuring a few of our favorite downtown places. Download all 10 illustrations created by local artists designed to show off your inner creative and proudly display in your living room!
While the pages are available at no cost to download, we encourage you to consider making a donation to the Downtown Sacramento Foundation (DSF) towards our #SupportLocal campaign that invests in #DowntownSac businesses who have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and help support #DowntownSac events and activations (once it’s safe to do so again). Your 100% tax-deductible donation keeps the heart of our region vibrant, growing, and ready to rebound.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Alex Trujillo’s (@_alex_trujillo_ art is one that brings the community together. His iconic “every day is your chance to make this city a little better” poster is known all throughout the city and now you have the chance to bring his art to life in your own living room and get creative. If you were one of the lucky ones who attended our annual State of Downtown event in 2019 you received this artwork as a limited edition pin!
Download Alex’s art here.
You might know Arturo Romero’s (@r2romero) art from our annual Concerts in the Park event and countless other designs downtown. His latest artwork is here to send peace and love to #DowntownSac! His signature art stable named Enki has landed downtown to dip his toe into helping to #SupportLocal in our city.
Download Arturo’s art here.
Downtown is blooming! If you have ever been walking down The Hardin you might have taken your photo by Brianne Channey’s (@briannechaney) fist full of flowers mural. Now is your time to bring her beautiful artwork to life from your own home.
Download Brianne’s art here.
Take a trip back in time to our historic Old Sacramento Waterfront district! In addition to creating this design, Emilee Rudd (@emileerudd) has been the artist behind our 2019 Downtown Sac calendar, has created a mural inside the local retail store The Blue Ox, and has even created the menu boards at Bailarín Cellars.
Download Emilee’s art here.
Franceska’s Gamez (@ewfrank) brings her real life #DowntownSac mural to life in her coloring page. The mural was originally done for the California Rice Commission and is titled “Shared Abundance.” Make sure the next time you are safely downtown to check out the mural in real life at 8th and K streets!
Download Franceska’s art here.
Show your love for Sacramento and the Old Sacramento Waterfront (OSW) in these two pieces designed by Jeremy Stanger (@stangerprojects). Stanger helped highlight the rebranding of our Old Sacramento Waterfront logo by painting our new logo on a train that you can see for yourself right outside the Sacramento History Museum. You can also see his latest mural right outside local business Flatstick Pub!
Experience some of our favorite city landmarks right from the comfort of your own home. Nick Jacoy (@pasta_nick) brings the love and architecture of #DowntownSac to life with geometric shapes to help you bring out your inner artist! He is also the designer of our 2020 calendar!
All aboard to #DowntownSac! Nicole Alvarez’s (@handmadebynicole_) artwork gives you a taste of our downtown streets that you know, love and can’t wait to get back to. She has also created murals on J Street to highlight our Farmers’ Markets and Downtown Sacramento Ice Rink events.
Download Nicole’s art here.
Make sure to download, print and color all 10 of these designs and help spread some positive vibes around our city! Tag @downtownsac and @oldsac and all the artists for a chance to be featured on our social accounts.
We hope that these art pages brighten your days just as much as it does ours and remember, we are all in this together!