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Design Your Own Kerrang! Magazine Cover

Turn Linkin Park, Slipknot, Green Day, Ozzy, BABYMETAL and more into your own incredible artistic visions!

Update: We’ve now added Linkin Park to our collection of colour-in Kerrang! covers.

We get it, you’re bored. You’ve completed Disney+, that first initial thrill of Animal Crossing feels like a distant memory and Tiger King might as well have been last year. But it’s important to keep your mind active, exercising your creative muscles and indulging in some artistic activities from time to time.

And that’s where we come in.

We have turned 13 Kerrang! magazine covers (plus a bonus Download Dog and My Chemical Romance photo) into elaborate colouring-in pages for you to turn into Technicolor masterpieces. We’ve got Slipknot, Ozzy Osbourne, BABYMETAL, Marilyn Manson, Green Day, Metallica, twenty one pilots, Dave Grohl, Ghost, Poppy and Lemmy to choose from.

Not only will it give you (or your young ones) a chance to practice your artistic skills, colouring-in is ideal for relieving stress and improving mental health.

You can download all 15 designs as PDFs right now to print off at home. Send your best designs to [email protected] and you might get featured!

Linkin Park Kolourrang
Kolourrang Twentyonepilots
Marilyn Manson Kolourrang
Kolourrang Fall Out Boy
Download Dog Kolourrang
Metallica Kolourrang
Kolourrang 9 Green Day
Kolourrang Ghost
Kolorrang Dave Grohl
Kolorrang Poppy
Kolourrang 1 Slipknot
Kolourrang 2 Baby Metal
Kolourrang 3 Lemmy
Kolourrang 4 Ozzy
Kolourrang 5 Mcr
Posted on July 23rd 2020, 4:45pm
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