Sharpen up those macaroni and cheese-colored Crayolas—Jim Carrey has an assignment for you.
Yesterday, the actor-turned-political artist—whose first L.A. gallery show, IndigNATION, was on display from late October through early December—tweeted a black-and-white line drawing of Donald Trump being kicked in the rear by the Rule of Law. “Didn’t have time to color my drawing today,” he wrote. “I figured you could all help me finish it!”
Didn't have time to color my drawing today. I figured you could all help me finish it! Download it, do your thing, sign your name and send it back with #ColorHimGone – the best one will get to keep my original! https://t.co/sd9KagNKyn
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) January 6, 2019
While Carrey was at last night’s Golden Globes—he was nominated for his Showtime dark comedy Kidding—people’s completed pieces rolled in via the #ColorHimGone hashtag. Some of them are pretty elaborate.
— Andrey Zakirzyanov (@Bezizyanov) January 7, 2019
Even kids got in on the action.
My 9 month old took a stab at it and mainly ate the markers but I love the fact she chose pink flowers and green hair .. got to love the color choice. A true artist in the making. 🤟🏼#ColorHimGone pic.twitter.com/T1BxfKGe4u
— The Nonsensical Mom (@Nonsensical_Mom) January 7, 2019
The actor tweeted today that his artistically inclined fans should “keep ’em coming” for a chance to win his original drawing. (You can download the a colorable version here.) Carrey didn’t bring home a Globe, but he sort of won the night anyway.
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