||The Yellow Bird Project, founded in Montreal by two fresh-out-of-college dudes in 2006, connects indie rockers with a wide array of charities through the common T-shirt. Artists including Devendra Banhart, the New Pornographers, and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have contributed designs for tees, and all the money made from their sales to the band's charity-of-choice--in these cases the Teenage Cancer Trust, the ALS Society, and Art for Change. With this charming volume, YBP branched out into publishing. Illustrator Andy J. Miller designed a fanciful coloring book inspired bands and musicians: there is a Broken Social Scene maze to work, a whimsical Andrew Bird drawing to color in, and a change to draw hair styles for Rilo Kiley, among other fun. All the proceeds go to help the Yellow Bird Project and its charities.
||The Montreal-based nonprofit Yellow Bird Project has worked with an amazing range of indie rock musicians over the years to create unique T-shirt designs that benefit an array of charities. This first ever indie rock coloring book is a fitting tribute to the DIY spirit of the bands, featuring witty, hand-illustrated activity pages from artist Andy J. Miller. Music fans can keep themselves out of trouble for hours with mazes, connect-the-dot games, and coloring pages for the Shins, Devendra Banhart, Rilo Kiley, the National, and more than 20 artists. With all royalties going to charity, The Indie Rock Coloring Book is sure to warm even the coolest of hipster hearts.