Genre: Adult Coloring Book
Source: Blogging For Books (In return for an honest review)
Enter a magical world filled with your favorite little things.
Wander through a 1980’s-inflected dreamscape of stuffed animals and boom boxes, dance along with a joyful parade of woodland creatures–each page of this coloring book invites you to explore a different kaleidoscope-like universe of pattern, shape and image. From the mind of Payton Cosell Turner—the creative force behind the celebrated wallpaper studio Flat Vernacular—comes this all-ages ode to the wondrous objects that make life beautiful. The coloring journey you take through these exquisite hand-drawn pages will inspire and delight.
*I would like to thank Broadway Books and Blogging For Books for the copy of this book in return for an honest review*
I am really loving the adult coloring book trend! Although I was a little disappointed when I received this and opened it up. The designs are quirky and out there, which is okay with me, but what I have a problem with is the fact that the pages are lacking in the intricateness found in other adult coloring books. The illustrations look like a child drew them. There are a few pages that I really like, including one with elephants, but there is too much empty space. The whole point of an adult coloring book is to have designs that can be colored and I just felt like this coloring book really lacks that.