As a child, you must have done a lot of manual activities, salt dough, painting, cutting, plaster, sticker, lego, and so on. Enough to ruin the cleanliness of your home and your clothes in a few minutes, but what parents wouldn't do to have a few precious minutes of peace. In the midst of this plethora of activities, there is one that reigns supreme: coloring. The principle is simple, an image is provided to you in black and white with well-defined contours and it will be a question of filling this image with shimmering colors using colored pencils for those who are a little cautious (a not too boring too, we are not going to lie to each other) and would like to erase possible errors, with markers for the unconscious who live as if tomorrow does not exist and who have the mind to endure the weight of their mistakes (good people in all respects therefore). In early childhood, one wonders what the drawing on the sheet can be used for, so much the coloring is a scribble without tail or head that you are unfortunately obliged to post on your fridge by parental responsibility. Then later, we begin to guess the different types of artists: the appliqués which respect the original colors to the letter and in which exceeding a little will prevent them from sleeping for two decades, the daring for whom Charizard is all about. much prettier way in green and pink, the moderate artists who are unable to color correctly without making big spots or exceeding, in short a multitude of profiles who sometimes coexist even within the same family. Once in primary school, the national education system steps in and, to pass the horrible taste for mathematics, offers mathematical coloring pages where each color is defined by a number. That won't stop a lot of students from hating math, but at least they'll know that 2 + 2 = 5.
And over time, other activities take precedence over coloring, music, love affairs, hopped drinks, studies, in short, so many things that made coloring for a long time confined to an infantile activity. A few years ago, adult coloring arrived in force in France. This is not a rogue drawing to color, but rather more or less complex coloring that exists for the purpose of relaxation. The drawings are very often common places based on Disney characters and abstract drawings seeming to come from a diseased brain from desigual, however for a public looking for more specialized books, there are many alternatives of which we offer a small house selection.
HENTITAN Coloring Book Do you like graffiti? Do you like the Nintendo spirit of the 90s? Then this book is for you ! Cute but not silly, funny, but respectful of Street art codes, it is the ideal companion for an introduction to street art with your offspring.
Graffiti Coloring Book
Graffiti always with this range of work featuring many graffiti created by renowned street artists!
The Jukebox Coloring Book
Revisiting cult artists and albums of music, but redesigned by artists like Flying Fortress, Heis or Kid Crap what do you say?
Color Ink Book Special Edition : Star Wars
For fans of the universe of Georges Lucas, this book is a must-see as McHank, Johnny Crap and Super Ugly revisit this fantastic universe!
Hip hop coloring book
For lovers of Hip-hop, these two books will allow you to give color to your favorite artists like Run DMC, Kayne West or even ASAP ROCKY.
Sneaker Coloring Book
Finally, here is this little book that offers you to reinterpret 46 iconic shoe models!