Amid the social distancing, self-isolation, and all the ancillary guidelines and behavior that community members have adopted into their daily routines, on local business is giving residents the colorful opportunity to safely celebrate the great things to about the Borderland.
To help the community do that, the staff at Barracuda Public Relations has made Quarantine Coloring Sheets available free of charge to download and print via their website.
“For adults, we’re all looking for something to take our minds off the world around us and we can’t think of a better way to do that than by celebrating the amazing place we’re lucky enough to call home,” said Marina Monsisvais, founder and owner of Barracuda.
“For kids, these coloring sheets can start a conversation with their parents. They prove that fronterizos and fronterizas can change the world.”
Barracuda Public Relations’ Director of Design Ana Gabriela Becerra, created coloring pages of iconic people and symbols that represent the border community.
The content of the coloring pages range from mascots, symbols and celebrities who are both local and world-renowned and include:
- Juan Gabriel, El Divo de Juárez.
- Lucha libre icon Cassandro.
- Long time KVIA-TV news anchor Gary Warner.
- Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor who was born in El Paso, attended Radford and graduated from Austin High School.
- Chico the Chihuahua.
- A mandala imaged inspired by the Mexican Gold Poppies of the Franklin Mountains.
The design team will continue to release more coloring pages throughout the year. To stay updated on new coloring pages, follow Barracuda Public Relations on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Residents can share their coloring page with the team by tagging Barracuda and using the hashtag #QuarantineColoringSheet.