Synopses & Reviews
Rapper Bun B lends his street cred and occasionally his face to the creative, hilarious, and just flat-out fun imaginings of Shea Serrano in Bun Bs Rap Coloring and Activity Book
. Described by the Washington Post
as what every hip-hop head wishes they had as a child,” this imaginative work started as a series of printable rap-related coloring and activity images. The 48-page, fully interactive book of coloring pages, unbelievably clever activities, and smart plays on rap culture brings these stars and their music right into your living room.Featured rappers include:
LL COOL J
And many, many more!
Praise for Bun B's Rap Coloring and Activity Book:
A star-studded cast of some of the biggest names in rap, all in one book.” Fast Companys Co.Create blog
Its 48 pages long, and thats the exact same number of pages the Bible has, and thats not an accident. Thats a little thing called Gods will.” Vice.com
The book is funny, smart, and as kid-tested, mother-approved as some of these guys get.” Vulture.com
razor sharp.” XXL
If you've spent any kind of time on the Internet, chances are something Shea Serrano has written, drawn, or created has made you smile . . . The books a load of fun, and is sure to please rap nerds and crayon-wielding tykes alike.” Village Voice
Theres art, humor and education, fun for young and old.” Paste magazine
This is one of the few Tumblr-to-book projects that doesnt make me want to punch my computer in disgust. If the phrase see if you can build a Budden doesnt make you chuckle, then you should stay away from hip-hop or jokes.” Christopher R. Weingarten, SPIN
Bun Bs Rap Coloring and Activity Book is gangsta!” Mass Appeal.com
"48 pages of MC worship mixed with a generous measure of the kind of casual dissing of its star players that hip-hop excels at.” Esquire
When Im listening to Drake, I sometimes feel blue. Now, thanks to Bun Bs Rap Coloring and Activity Book, I can make Drake blue, too. And for that, I am eternally grateful.” Ryan Dombal, Pitchfork.com
The hip-hop coloring book is the single most important thing to happen to color since Cams pink Range Rover. Everyone should want a Serrano in their baño.” Nate Erickson, GQ
Like the old saying goes, the crayon is mightier than the sword. Bun B and Shea have assembled a perfect collection of todays brightest hip hop stars for fans of all ages to create, color and remix. The Rap Coloring and Activity Book is like your own personal mixtape that you can hang on your fridge and impress everyone with.” Mike Ayers, Rolling Stone
Fans can now color inside the lines of hip-hop greats.” LA Times Jacket Copy blog
Its gotta be a firstfor rap and for coloring.” Houston Chronicle
For rap aficionados young and old.” GQ.com
You may want to buy two copiesone to color, and one to keep fresh and new.” Buzzfeed
The perfect coloring book for any hip-hop nerd.” Complex magazine
If you have not already purchased a copy, put down this magazine immediately and go buy Bun Bs Rap Coloring and Activity Book.” Kindling Quarterly
A playful celebration of rap
Two masters of offbeat Internet humor combine the mindless fun of children’s coloring books and the hilariously soul-crushing realities of modern adult life
With over 150 videos and 65 million Youtube views to their credit, Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen know how to make people laugh. Their YouTube video, “Hipster Olympics” racked up nearly three million hits and quickly attained worldwide cult status amongst both the cool crowd (and those who like to poke fun at them). Their recent hit “The Walken Dead” was viewed over 600,000 times in less than three weeks. Now, the duo put their prolific creative talents to work in Coloring for Grown-Ups. The artwork may resemble that of a children’s activity book, but look closer. Offering an ironic look at the stereotypes, habits, and challenges of modern adulthood, Coloring for Grown-Ups includes:
• A “Hipster or Homeless?” coloring page
•The 6 Steps to Abandoning Your Hopes and Dreams checklist
• An “Adulthood A to Z,” (“A is for Anti-Depressants”, “B is for Bills”)
Darkly humorous—and fun for any occasion —Coloring for Grown-Ups is the perfect stocking stuffer for reluctant adults of any age.
Following the news, engaging in political debate, or going to the opera is all well and good, but from time to time you just need to sit back and look at some old-fashioned beefcake. Team that with some crayons, pens, and markers, and what do you have?
IN AN ACTIVITY BOOK!
Color Me Swooon will leave you weak in the knees as you and your pens caress chiseled features and chest hair. Along with coloring, youll rate more than sixty gorgeous guys on swoon-worthy-ness, as well as learning what in their lives (beyond their killer looks, duh) makes them so hot. From Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and Will Smith to Daniel Craig, Jake Gyllenhaal, and even One Direction, all the heartthrobs are here, and in no particular order. (Except for Ryan Gosling, who is first. Obviously.)
So what are you waiting for? Get out your crayons and color those hotties good.
From the authors of Coloring for Grown-Upsand#151;a new adult activity book that will help even the most cynical celebrator make it through the holiday season in good cheer
As we age, going home for the holidays can start to feel more melancholy than and#147;holly-jolly.and#8221; But donand#8217;t hang yourself with tinsel just yet. The authors of the New York Times Holiday Gift Guideand#150;recommendedand#160;Coloring for Grown-Ups are back to rescue disenchanted twentysomethings from the quality timeand#150;seeking clutches of their caring families. From Thanksgiving to Christmas to Valentineand#8217;s Day, readers of this book will learn how to cope with any holiday-related stresses the same way they did as kidsand#151;with mindless coloring. With more than fifty challenging, adult-friendly activities, Coloring for Grown-Ups Holiday Fun Book is the perfect stocking stuff er.
Glamour and gowns and cool girls, oh my!
From Jennifer Lawrence to Tina Fey, Kate Moss to Kerry Washington, and Twiggy to Audrey Hepburn, Color Me Girl Crush features drawings of some of the worlds most admirable ladies (as well as the ensembles theyre known for)all for coloring in! Youll find true-life stories about your favorite It girls, along with fill-in-the-blank activities so you can weigh in on what makes them so darn appealing.
Heres your chance to style some of the loveliest ladies around, while celebrating everything that makes them crush-worthy.
The lives of the saints are filled with inspiring, life-changing momentsandmdash;but the deaths of the martyrs are where youandrsquo;ll find the andldquo;Oh, hell no!andrdquo; moments of history. This adult (very adult, as the body count will quickly indicate) coloring book gives aspiring crayon and paper artists the chance to hone their craft while also buffing up their knowledge of Catholic history and legends. Each intricately detailed illustration from acclaimed graphic artist Julia Gfrandouml;rer leaves plenty of room for interpretation. And the attending stories will go down pretty easy at cocktail hours as well.
The apocalypse has dawned—and this fun-filled book is the perfect diversion as you await the zombie attack. Color in a picture to reveal an “inspirational” message. Solve a crossword about what’s in Jimmy’s survival pantry. Design a vehicle to drive across the wasteland. Match the alien to the method of global destruction. Don’t go into your bunker without it!
About the Author
Hallie Fryd is a writer living in Oakland, California. She studied history at Carnegie Mellon University and writes frequently about history and pop culture. She grew up in a Quaker suburb of Philadelphia, but dislikes weatherandmdash;which brought her to the temperate climate of the San Francisco Bay Area. When not writing, or trying to recount historical episodes with wild gesticulations, she works as a social media manager for the brain training company, Lumosity. Hallie is the author ofandnbsp;Scandalous!: 50 Shocking Events You Should Know About, which was a Junior Library Guild Selection and a Foreword Reviews Gold Medal Book of the Year Winner in 2012.Julia Gfrandouml;rer is an artist living in Portland, Oregon. She is the author and illustrator of Black Is the Color, the acclaimed graphic novel about a 17th century sailor abandonded at sea by his shipmates.