A spunky coloring book for every artist who's ever experienced the joys and heartache of adolescence, this book is chock-full of patterns, curves, prints, and scenes reminiscent of the artists' teenage years. With over forty full-page illustrations, you're in for hours of fun
About the Author
Katie Abbey is an illustrator human from Derbyshire, England, Planet Earth. She provides daily illustrative does of happiness, motivation, sarcasm, and general randomness. More often than not, her work features puns and crazy animals she invents.
Jack Kasprzak is an illustrator and animator and has worked on such projects as: Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Tron: Legacy, Ender's Game, and Pirates of the Cariribean: At World's End. His work has contributed to many product designs, publications, album artwork, commercials, and feature films. Born and raised in Raince, Wisconsin, Jack now lives in Los Angeles, California, and directs animation for Dreamworks TV.
Christina Mrozik has spent the majority of her life observing the natural world and the types of relationships that form within it. Blending the external world with her own understanding of the human condition has led to her distinct style, in which flora and fauna stand in, represnting the simultaneous and often opposing matters of the human heart. Christina currently lives and works in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Rubens Scarelli, also known as Rusc, is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. His creations can be seen on T-shirts, in magazines, and on various other products. Rubens specializes in creating characters, comics, and fashion design.
Shanghee Shin is an illustrator based in Seattle, Washington. She graduated from Art Center College of Design at Pasadena, California, as an illustration major. Fine pen, acrylic ink, and watercolor are her favorite tools, and also she passionately re-creates three-dimensional works with various materials based on her line arts.
David Sossella is an artist, Illustrator, a creative director based in Italy. He has a colorful drawing style that comes across different techniques, from natural media to vector illustrations. He takes inspiration from a lot of different things like traditional Japanese culture, classic Sci-fi sense of wonder, street-art and comics legends like Moebius and Akira Toriyama.
Phil Wheeler is a British illustrator who was lured away from London by the promise of sun, sea, and salchichon. He now lives and works in Cadiz, Spain. An elegant mix of organic and digital, his work has found its way into projects all over the world ranging from sixty-foot banners to drink cans, from magazines and T-shirts to CDcovers and animations.