Tom Hiddleston Wants You To Color Him Good

Photo: REX USA/David Fisher/Rex.
Those of you who have been good disciples of Oprah and are still keeping dream journals are about to be rewarded. British artist and purveyor of lovely, necessary kitsch Mel Simone Elliott read your diaries and turned your dreams into reality. How? By creating the Colour Me Good Tom Hiddleston activity book.
No, coloring books are not strictly the domain of kindergartners. This is one that's fun for all ages. Children can practice coloring between the lines, and you can slowly drift outside of them as you careen into a daydream about "coloring" the flesh-and-blood version in the sketch. And, by coloring, we mean...(we'll let you finish that thought).
The Tom Hiddleston coloring book comes out September 1. You can pre-order one now, along with a copy of Colour Me Good Benedict Cumberbatch and Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling. Look at that: All of your favorite men right at your fingertips. What are you going to do with them?

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