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Prince: The Coloring Book

byTony MillionaireEditorDarius James

Hardcover | May 5, 2017

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Prince said it best:In this lifeYou're on your ownAnd if de-elevator tries to bring you down Go crazy! . . . With crayons. Through his music, Prince inspired unrestrained joy. With contributions from both Prince's fan-art community and professional illustrators, this Prince coloring book will be a pure expression and celebration of the joy he inspired throughout the world.Through its Bowie and Lemmy Kilmister releases, the Feral House Coloring Books for Adults Series has already generated buzz with its underground comic sensibility and mix of established and outsider artists. Now Paisley Park will expand on its purple coloration.
Darius James. Dr. Snakeskin. The artist and author embraces both titles, but neither expresses the frenetic genius of the man himself. Born in Connecticut but raised at the intersection of Hoodoo culture and New York City's downtown literary scene, Darius James cut his teeth writing for various literary zines, as well as Penthouse maga...
Title:Prince: The Coloring BookFormat:HardcoverDimensions:104 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.32 inPublished:May 5, 2017Publisher:Feral HouseLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1627310460

ISBN - 13:9781627310468


Editorial Reviews

Prince: The Coloring Book (Feral House, April 2017) is a new spin on the adult coloring book released by the malcontents at Feral House. The third in their coloring book series behind David Bowie and Lemmy Kilmister, Prince is a psychedelic visual tribute to the much-missed Purple One in the form of heartfelt and abstract musings on the many personae of The Artist. With contributors including Tony Millionaire, Jeffrey Worman and Casanova Frankenstein down through delightfully eccentric fan-art renderings, this is astouching a tribute to Prince as we've seen in awhile. Make sure you have plenty of purple crayons." - Orlando Weekly "