The Mindfulness Creativity Coloring Book: Anti-Stress Guided Activities in Drawing, Lettering, and Patterns
Emma Farrarons (Author)
DescriptionFrom the celebrated illustrator of the Mindfulness Coloring series (over 1 million copies in print!)--all new drawings to fill and patterns to create that help you de-stress with creativity From Emma Farrarons, the bestselling author of The Mindfulness Coloring Book, comes a new creative art therapy book to soothe anxiety and eliminate stress. Working with your hands and cultivating mindful focus are two of the best ways to relax. The Mindfulness Creativity Coloring Book provides a creative way to do both, adding a new element to the mix--designs that you complete yourself. With drawings to imitate in perfect symmetry, patterns to create, lettering to copy, and pages of guided sketching and doodling, this book contains everything you can do with a pen and paper to achieve a creative, mindful moment. Fans can't get enough of Emma Farrarons' trademark chic and sophisticated style. This all-new pocket-sized volume offers more delicately hand-drawn scenes and beguiling designs inspired by Emma's favorite peaceful villages, curious creatures, majestic plants, and striking architecture. The ideal antidote to these stressful times, this coloring book is the perfect way to let your imagination roam free.
July 07, 2020
4.9 X 0.5 X 6.9 inches | 0.35 pounds
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About the Author
Emma Farrarons is a French illustrator and graphic designer. Born on the island of Cebu in the Philippines, Emma grew up in Paris. She illustrates and designs books, posters, and stationery. She was trained in illustration at the Edinburgh College of Art and École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. She completed a textile and printmaking course at Capellagården - School of Craft and Design in Sweden and has a particular love of pattern and fabric print. She is inspired by French, Scandinavian, and Japanese design. When she is not drawing and designing, Emma enjoys cooking, sewing, traveling, and practicing mindfulness. She lives in London with her husband and son.