Over 1000 clandestine characters drawn in parks, coffee shops, bars and at bus stops. If you were hanging around in San Francisco sometime in the last 50 years, you or your friends might be here, too.
A coloring book for adults, crazy wild adults. Each image began with a doodle drawn by an unsuspecting café patron, then handed off to Peter Kimack to improvise on the spot.
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This “Coloring Book for all Ages” embodies the creative spirit of San Francisco artist Peter Kimack, whose mind-bending illustrations stretch the imagination far beyond recognition. A look at the samples on the inside front cover flap beckons the use of saturated bright colors and also shows the diverse methods by which color can be applied. Whether you choose to stay in the lines or not, Kimack’s book provides the perfect vehicle from which to let one’s creative juices flow.
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Similar to the first edition, the landscapes are barren, as Earth might be in the future – returned to its original state where only plants and wild animals live. Through these images of a possible future, it seems as though Kimack is asking us to be the archeologists of our own lives – taking stock of things about which we don’t normally think twice.
As the old saying goes, “one man’s loss is another man’s treasure.” That is quite true in Kimack’s Second Edition, where the coloring becomes more interactive and surprises abound.