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Every Little Thing {Adult Coloring Book} review

 

9781101905753

About the Book:

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 001woodland 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.

 

 

My Review:

I love to color and when I saw that I was able to review an adult coloring book I was excited. At first I was a bit confused by the images. Why were retro looking items incorporated into nature inspired images? I just didn’t get it until I re-read the description.  Then it all made more sense to me.  The images are very creative and incorporates a two page spread. I like the feel of the pages they are very smooth and take the color pencils very well.  I really like that the cover that you see is just a dust jacket. Underneath the cover looks the same only its not colored in so you can make the actual cover look the way you want to.  I love the nature scenes and the repeating patterns. I must admit that this had a whole lot more white space than I anticipated. I would have preferred more intricate patterns and minus the 80’s un-nature like items. But that is my personal preference and you might enjoy that mix of nature and retro.  The artist is very talented and I definitely think everyone should at least check this one out.

Check out more of my personal images below:

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Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to  Waterbrook Multnomah for providing me with a free copy of this book to review. Opinions are 100% my own (or those of my family) and NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

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