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7 Wethos illustrators bring you coloring book joy

We’ve tapped seven Wethos Design Specialists to contribute illustrations to our first Downloadable Coloring Book.

Research shows that coloring for 20 minutes can boost energy and calm the nerves. We wanted to bring that to our community by inviting seven illustrators from our community to create original drawings for our downloadable coloring book.

We’re asking for suggested donations of $5 which which may be made directly on the Freelancers Relief Fund website. If you’re unable to make a donation, don’t sweat it! We would love to share the coloring book with you either way.

Meet our seven illustrators and fill out your email below to have the coloring book sent to your inbox.


Meet the illustrators:

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Laurel Ames is a graphic designer & illustrator with almost a decade of experience developing creative solutions for clients across the globe. She loves experimenting with different creative mediums and has found a new love for digital illustration. She loves giving back to her creative community by mentoring younger designers and hosting affordable crocheting workshops through her @spinstercrafts account. Find Laurel online: @laaaames.


Janelle Burger is a freelance illustrator born and raised in Fremantle, Western Australia, now based in Paris, France. Her work is informed by a fondness for Japanese culture, pop aesthetics and a dry sense of humor. When she’s not drawing she likes to ride her bike around Pairs, often stopping to take photos of street cats and old men wearing berets whilst holding a baguette in their hands. Find Janelle online: @janelleburger.


R. Guzmán is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer from New York City and a graduate of Pratt Institute. He has worked in the industry for over 10 years and has previously been featured by the Society of Illustrators. Other interests include cycling, video games, and making yet another pot of coffee. Find him online: @99centmenu.


Jill Hinton is an illustrator and designer based in Flatbush, Brooklyn. She specializes in digital painting, branding elements, and Squarespace websites. When she’s not creating you’ll probably find her playing Animal Crossings with her cat Knives Xiao on her lap. Find her online: @JJHintonDesign.


Margo Hurst is a freelance illustrator, letterer, and graphic designer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Margo has an honest, distinctive style, and loves working with small businesses and entrepreneurs. She also enjoys getting out and meeting like-minded individuals by showing and curating artwork. Find her online: @margoshmargo.


Alisha Ober is a current member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She loves octopuses and is inspired by adventure, travel, and cute creatures doing silly things. By day she works as a UX Designer, but by night she works on her 8 League Adventures series and other art projects. Find her online: @Alisha_Ober and @AlishaOber.


Amber Vittoria is a Forbes 30 Under 30 artist working in New York City; her work focuses on the portrayal of women within art, and she has collaborated with like-minded brands, such as NBC, Warby Parker, Gucci, The New York Times, and Instagram, on pieces that further said narrative. Find her online: @amber_vittoria.


Get our Downloadable Coloring Book in your inbox!

We’re asking for suggested donations of $5 which which may be made directly on the Freelancers Relief Fund website. If you’re unable to make a donation, don’t sweat it! We would love to share the coloring book with you either way.

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