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Supremo designs charity colouring book

Supremo and People’s History Museum have collaborated to create a colouring book to raise money for the museum.

A recent study reveals museums, galleries and libraries have proportionally been the worst hit part of the cultural sector during the Covid-19 pandemic (Arts Council England). In these stressful times relief can come in the simple form of a colouring book.      

The book celebrates pioneering innovations born in Manchester with interesting facts and 25 custom hand-drawn illustrations to colour in. The perfect pastime for adults and children alike.                   

“Manchester is known for innovation and we wanted to help the People’s History Museum to continue to represent the city’s culture and history by putting our design and creative skills to good use”.


- Ian Cox, Creative Director, Supremo


"People’s History Museum is delighted to feature and be selected as Supremo’s charity partner. During a year when museums and businesses have been hard by the effects of closure, it’s been wonderful to find ways to innovate and engage audiences online – through our At Home and Online content and through websites like Innovations of Manchester. With the museum open thanks to charity supporters like Supremo, we are excited to be welcoming visitors back, where they can explore the ideas of those who have fought for rights and representation over the last 200 years; from the Peterloo Massacre and Pankhursts in Manchester to more recent global events."


- Sarah Miguel, People’s History Museum


250 copies of the 1st of Edition books are on sale now and selling fast. All proceeds from the colouring book go towards supporting the work of People's History Museum.                    

The colouring books are £4.99 and are available in the PHM shop and to order online. 

For more Info contact People’s History Museum or Supremo.



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