Steve McDonald

Fantastic Cities: A Coloring Book Of Amazing Places Real & Imagined

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Review " In a perpetual state of wanderlust? While coloring can transport you to a more peaceful place, feeling like you're in a new city is a special experience. This is the goal of Steve McDonald's Fantastic Cities: A Coloring Book of Amazing Places Real and Imagined. As you're planning your next trip, take a break from the stress of booking flights and settle down with Fantastic Cities as you imagine your next adventure. One of my personal favorites." -Alfred James, Pocket Mindfulness "this detailed coloring book focusing on densely packed city life, and is great for people who love coloring architecture and geometric shapes" -Geek Dad "Render Manhattan or Montreal in whatever color scheme you please with Fantastic Cities, in which artist Steve McDonald's detailed line drawings offer bird's-eye views of the world's major cities." -Architectural Digest "If you love the process of creating art...these books will soothe your soul" -Sweety High "I would highly recommend this not just as a colouring book but also as a sketchbook." -ParkaBlogs "Here's an activity book perfect for those lazy, hazy days of summer or those crazy days when you just need to take a break, focus on simple, creative tasks and chill out." - Stuck at the Airport "Before you set off on your next flight, grab a copy of this coloring book to entertain yourself during the journey. Even if you're not currently heading to an exotic location, the images of beautiful international cities are bound to inspire your next itinerary, or at least keep you occupied when the overwhelming wanderlust kicks in." -Health.com "Fantastic Cities is an architecture-lover's dream." - Apartment Therapy "...this new book of DIY cityscapes is downright exquisite." -CityLab from The Atlantic Holiday Gift Guide Pick "A top pick for creative travelers, this adult coloring book features intricate illustrations of urban landscapes including Paris, Tokyo, London and New York by artist Steve McDonald. Much has been said about the psychological benefits of colouring within the