Everything geared towards children comes with crayons. Think about it: the kiddie menu, loot bags, even kiddie airplane care packages come with a box of shiny new crayons. Why? There’s nothing like the concentration of a child who’s trying to color in the lines.
As adults we benefit from the practice of coloring because the seemingly mindless task of coloring within the lines needs a lot of focus and creativity. It’s a simple tool to redirect stressful energy by harnessing it through a creative outlet, like Summit’s newest release: Color Calm. This coloring book is aimed towards weary adults looking for some art therapy.
This reprint of the UK version is best used with colored pencils.
Choose from 116 pages of scenes depicting floral-themed illustrations.
Unlike jumbo crayon-friendly children’s coloring books, the grown-up version contains intricate patterns to further hone an adult’s motor skills.
Color Calm is available in all leading bookstores and newsstands for P195 only.