Build, craft and colour your own Cork city for free, like

Build, craft and colour your own Cork city for free, like

In a bid to help us stay positive amid the coronavirus crisis and prolong us watching everything Disney+ has to offer, a Cork artist has created a free art project for children and adults to enjoy.

Jason O’Gorman of Dynamite Studio has made his Mini Cork City illustrations available for download so you can print them out and spend the next few days colouring them in and arranging them at home.

From The English Market to UCC and Blackrock Castle, the collection included some of Cork’s favourtie spots.

Build, craft and colour your own Cork city for free, like

Build, craft and colour your own Cork city for free, like

Download the full resolution images for free, here.

“Build your Mini Cork,” Jason said on his website

To keep the kids busy, and the adults sane during this lockdown – I’ve made some of my Mini Cork landmarks available below for you to print, colour, cut out

Don't forget to share your creations on social media using the tag #minicork.

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