Outside the Lines: An Artists' Coloring Book for Giant Imaginations


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Penguin Publishing Group
Publish Date
8.4 X 10.8 X 0.6 inches | 1.55 pounds
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About the Author

Souris Hong is an art enthusiast, idea enabler, and yay-maker. She is co-founder of Creative Cabal, a visual artist agency headquartered in Los Angeles, California. She lives in an oceanside community with her daughter Lulu and dog, Paloma.


"This coloring book geared towards art-loving adults might be the best thing we've ever seen."
--Huffington Post

"It's totally 2013's 'it' gift."
--Vanity Fair

"Think outside the lines with this new coloring book that's not just for kids!"
--Crayons and Croissants

"Outside the Lines is an amazing collection of illustrations by some of our favorite contemporary artists - a visual treat no matter your age - much like this colorful celebration."
--Larks Japes

"The book's contents surprise and inspire through a unique world of creativity with each page turned."
--Cool Hunting

"The collection represents an awesome range of black-and-whites, most of which wouldn't look out of place framed on a wall in a home (with or without children)."

"Coloring books are often thought of as the purview of children, but Outside the Lines shows that coloring can unleash the imagination of child and adult alike.... Outside the Lines is a visual explosion of lines just begging to be filled with color, and is a creative outlet for anyone with an imagination."

"A coloring book that's a cut above."
--Daily Candy

"Say whatever you want about being too old for coloring books, but trust us--you're going to want this one."

"This charming compendium... is as much an invitation to imagine as it is to admire, to savor, to revel in the beauty and inventiveness of the humble line in its infinitely fanciful permutations."
--Brain Pickings

"The designs are mesmerizing, and you have the creative freedom to color them and add whatever feeling you think fits."