We live in a wonderfully colorful world. Let’s celebrate that… by grabbing some pencils and pens, and scribbling between the lines. For many years, coloring books have been viewed as merely things for kids. But no longer. People have finally embraced their inner child and accepted that coloring is awesome. It’s just art without the hours working out proportions. From now on, please excuse some colorful language. (Sorry.) Get Inspired by Others: Basford’s Coloring Gallery Arguably, the craze began in 2011 when Laurence King Publishing, British specialists in creative art books, approached Johanna Basford to create a children’s coloring book….
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