- Authors: Steve McDonald
- 60 Pages
- 29 x 30 cm
Why You Should Buy Fantastic Structures : A Colouring Book of Amazing Buildings
- This colouring book is printed on high quality paper and features beautifully intricate drawings of real and imaginary buildings for you to unleash your creativity.
- It evokes a wonderful coloured universe of therapeutic colouring, perfect for de-stressing after a busy day at the office.
- As you focus on colouring in and forget the stresses of everyday life, you'll find calm returning.
- Colouring is enjoyable for everyone, regardless of their age – Fantastic Cities is perfect for adults and kids alike.
Why You'll Love This Colouring Book
In this Fantastic Structures colouring book, the hotly anticipated follow up to international bestseller Fantastic Cities, artist Steve McDonald has created beautifully detailed lined drawings of extraordinary buildings and structures from around the world- including Prague's Astronomical Clock, Russia's St Basil's Cathedral, A Florentine Bridge, a Romanian Castle, an Indian palace and many more.The book also includes details from iconic structures such as the Eiffel Tower and London's Tower Bridge, as well as a selection of of immersive architectural mandalas for a deeper challenge.
Suitable for all ages, it calls for you to pick up your colouring pencils and lose yourself in a world of fantastic buildings. Not only will it help you forget the stresses of everyday life, but is it a wonderful activity for the whole family to get involved in. Pick up your pencils and start colouring!
Colouring books for adults have become extremely popular in recent times, not just because we've all still got that inner child in us, but also because of their link to helping stress. To read more about the soothing effects of colouring in, check out this article by Zoe Williams of The Guardian.
About The Artist :
Steve McDonald is a Canadian artist and lifelong traveller who draws amazing cities from around the world. His work has been showcased in several gallery exhibitions, TV documentaries, and various publications, and can be found in many private homes and corporate collections.