The Coloring Book Project Contest

Tattoo // Wednesday, 26 Sep 2012
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The Coloring Book Project encourages artists and enthusiasts of all ages to get off their ass and draw, for tattoo's sake! The grand prize winner of the tattoo coloring contest will receive a free tattoo by Mike DeVries (I'm assuming you gotta be 18). The Coloring Book Project: A Collection by 100 Artists from Around the World. This wonderfully imaginative book brings together inspiration and ingenuity from an all-star cast of artists, each contributing their own enchanting sketches, and then handing them off to you to complete with your own touch of artistic magic.

 

Interested parties should click here to read all of the rules.

 

Artists of all ages are invited to add their own color and creativity to the pages found within The Coloring Book Project: A Collection by 100 Artists from Around the World. This wonderfully imaginative book brings together inspiration and ingenuity from an all-star cast of artists, each contributing their own enchanting sketches, and then handing them off to you to complete with your own touch of artistic magic. With 215 pages of designs to color and activities to execute, colorists can dive into the pages full of tattoo-related artwork and escape to a creative world through their pencils, markers, and crayons. The Coloring Book Project compositions are not intended as tattoo flash, but rather, pay homage to the tattoo industry and are perfect tools to bring out the artist in you!

A portion of the contributing artists are Don McDonald, Gunnar, Greg "Craola" Simkins, Durb Morrison, Mike DeVries, Jason Stephan, Roman, Josh Duffy, Katelyn Crane, Jeff Johnson, London, Jamie Lee Parker, Sung Song, Steve Morris, Timothy Boor, Timmy B, Whitney Lenox, Mario Rosenau, Kyle Cotterman, Ty McEwen, Danny Black, Brett Herman, Andy Engel, DJ Minor, Jeremy Miller, Julian Zeff, Shawn Williams, Hilary Jane, and many more!!

If your wondering exactly what age group this coloring book is intended for, we would say "It's PG." If your sensitive about your child coloring in artistic skull drawings, or scary faces, this might not be the right coloring book for your child. It's packed with tattoo related artwork, lots of beautiful roses, birds, anchors, snakes, geisha girls, robots, bio-mechanical designs, etc.

 

 

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