Periscope and Peace Paper color the summer music scene


Peace Paper brings kindness and goodwill to centerstage, because peace rocks

On a mission to inspire and encourage people to make their world kinder and more peaceful, Peace Paper is thinking big. 700 square feet, to be exact.

Peace Paper, the Periscope-backed non-profit, installed an interactive coloring wall at a local music festival over the weekend, summoning hundreds of painters, creators and selfie-takers.

The huge collaborative mural invited concert-goers at the Basilica Block Party to flex their creative muscles with their fellow community members, while fostering valuable conversations around peace and unity.


Once it was all colored in, the giant collaborative mural proved to be more than just an Instagram-worthy backdrop. It was vibrant evidence that the Twin Cities cares about making their community a kinder and more peaceful place.