Second edition of the best-selling premium socially responsible coloring book featuring original murals from Wynwood Miami the largest street art district in the world and the most Instagrammable place on Earth.
Printed on high-quality woodfree paper with detachable perforated pages the book is 7.87 x 7.87 inches (200mm x 200mm) and 76 pages long offering brand new coloring pages and hundreds of hours of fun. The book is spiral-bound easy to fold and color.
The book features the works of Miami's favorite street artists such as Aquarela Claudia la Bianca Trek 6 Didi Freaky Kiss Kazilla Marcus Blake Chris Pyrate Renda Writer and Skott Marsi among many others. It includes illustrations based on The Wynwood Walls murals such as Okuda Felipe Pantone Case Maclaim Ron English Beau Stanton and Interesnki Kaski.
It includes a directory with full-color pictures of the murals and information on the 44 artists who created them. Discover your inner artists knowing that for every coloring book you purchase we give a free educational textbook to children in need around the world.
Diego Orlandini is a writer illustrator world-traveler and the Chief Book Giver of Aimful Books. He became interested in adult coloring as a form of dynamic meditation and together with his street artist friends he launched The Wynwood Coloring Book in 2016 which became a top seller in Miami. He has continued to develop the street art coloring books series and Aimful Books as a way to distribute books to children in need: For every coloring book sold Aimful Books donates a textbook to children and schools around the world. Aiding in the education of talented kids in impoverished areas became his life mission when he volunteered in a rice village in Cambodia in 2013 an event that changed his life.
"I received the second edition of the Wynwood Coloring Book for Christmas and I love it. It is small enough to take with me anywhere and color on my lap. The paper is sturdy so I'm not afraid I'm going to tear the page accidentally. And the pages are perforated which is a cool detail I haven't seen before. I like it. Thanks for sharing!" -Augus Tin - Facebook