If you thought the colouring books were just limited to kids, we would definitely advise you to think once again. The hectic lives of urban dwellers have resulted in a number of options and areas to destress themselves. And, amongst the multitudinous of options available we are today going to discuss the most artistic alternatives available for our creatives. These 10 adult colouring books are the best available outlets for the stressed out creative souls.

1. Under Star Projectors: The Drake Coloring Book

Every page in this colouring book, Under Star Projectors, was drawn by a different illustrator. The colouring book reflects the cerebral and multi-faceted nature of rap’s most emotional superstar.

2. Pusheen Colouring Book

This paperback colouring book is the best pick to give yourself a break from scrolling on the social media. Pusheen carries the most adorable kitty drawings that will actually satisfy your inner crazy cat lady and will also serve as an easy way to pick up on a hobby.

3. Release Your Anger: An Adult Coloring Book with 40 Swear Words to Color and Relax

This adult colouring book is specifically designed for adults. With some very adult language including the rude and obnoxious swear words, this colouring book might be one of the only ways to give a creative side to the off-putting rage. The words are drawn against a calming floral mandala backdrop to further pacify your mind.

4. Colour Your Own: Monet And The Impressionists

This paperback book features a mix of 22 of the most well-known impressionist works. It completely depends on your taste, whether you want to abide by the painter’s original palette or wish to scribble something little more edgy and personal.

5. Colour Escapes Adult Colouring Kit

Crayola has been closely related to colour as long as we know it, and it makes sense that the iconic crayon company has also chipped in on the adult colouring book trend. The kit features 12 elaborate animal designs and a complete set of markers and coloured pencils, providing you with the bundles of shades to choose and decide from.

6. Fantastic Cities: A Coloring Book of Amazing Places Real and Imagined

The book’s illustrations and drawings can be described as architecture mandals. The detailed drawings provide a creative platform and soothing entertainment as the black and white drawings transform into more vibrant and energetic pieces.

7. Colour Me Good: Ryan Gosling

If you are one of the many Gosling fans this Colour Me Good: Ryan Gosling colouring book is the best pick to add some colour to his attractive charm. Enjoyable and silly, the colouring book will be an interesting distressing past time.

8. Doodle Invasion: Zifflin’s Coloring Book

This Zifflin’s colouring book is suitable for all age groups. The colouring book comes with a number of little doodles that hold a punch of personality which makes it a delight to colour. The dynamic illustrations will definitely keep you engaged right from start to finish.

9. Adult Coloring Books: Mandalas, Henna Inspired Flowers, Animals, and Paisley Patterns

The book carries an intricately detailed flowing ink design which will let you forget everything else and just make you focus on the given blank space to fill the colour. Hopefully, the filled design will help you overlook the troubles and concentrate on the beautiful positive result.

10. Adult Coloring Book: Stress Relieving Patterns

The book features everything from circular mandalas to full-page designs that will help you calm your mind with the pattern and the chosen selection of colours. The thicker pages allow for using a variety of colouring products including markers.

Pick your favourite design and colour your way to inner calm.

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