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Add some color to your quarantine with Ganja White Night’s free coloring book

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Belgium duo of Benjamin Bayeul and Charlie Dodson, a.k.a. Ganja White Night, have initiated a colorful campaign to help stop the spread of COVID-19. In order to help their creative fans stuck at home, they’ve put together a free coloring book for all!

Besides being known for their legendary wobble sound, Ganja White Night’s bizarre, and incredible, visuals are in a world of their own. These striking images were brought to life by long-time collaborator, and friend, Ebo. Now fans can color their very own Mr. Wobble and more in Ganja White Night’s Ebo designed coloring book!

One of the most powerful aspects of a Ganja White Night performance is their cinematic storytelling through sights and sounds. Some of their best known characters are Ebo designed creations. Ebo is the graphic designer and talent behind the design of this 13-page coloring book, illustrating animated characters from both The One and The Origin albums.

While the coloring book is 100% free, Ganja White Night is accepting donations from any that are able! The duo asks, “If you can make a donation that is huge, if you are unable you can help by spreading the word of this campaign.” All proceeds are sent to the World Health Organization to help put an end to the COVID-19 outbreak!

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