The Actual Physical Material “Universal Coloring Book” is available

  • 32 artists (illustrators, designers, art directors, creatives, writers) and a fireman
  • 47 pages printed on one side only
  • detachable sheets (perfect for fridge exhibitions or framing)
  • interactive section at the end
  • a cover you can color

 

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cover by Vlad Macarie – illustrator, animator, art director @McCann Erickson Bucharest; owns beard and has worth mentioning achievements  in gaming – 3rd division FIFA player, platinum Starcraft Jedi

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drawing by Adrian Iota “Agi” – illustrator (top 200 worldwide Lurzer 2014), art director, tattoo designer

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drawing by Celia Draganoaia – creative @ BBDO Bucharest, independent film maker

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drawings by Cristian Moldovan – freelance illustrator, designer, art director

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drawing by Andreea Chirica – illustrator, author of delicious book The Year of the Pioneer. you can see her last works here

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drawing by Raluca Turliu Cobilanschi, visual artist; check her projects here

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 drawing by Romi – brilliant creative @Publicis Bucharest

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drawing by Arpi Rezi – Art Director Extraordinaire – Cannes Lions tamer @McCann Bucharest

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drawing by Noper – Illustrator Jedi and Visual Artist. He has also been elected one of the best 200 illustrators woldwide by Luerzer. Check his latest installation – Feed Me – and many more on his FB page 

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drawing by illustrator, story teller, art director and clothes designer Loreta Isaac

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It’s really hard to put a stop. Every page has a story and every artist is exeptional. I am not just saying that.

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i f you like to purchase the book, you can now order it online

drop a message in our inbox on FB or mail (submit@compulsivedrawer.com)

or find it on etsy

price: 25 lei + transport; 7 euros + transport

 

special thanks to Gabriel Gherca and Cristi Anton for the layout

 

 

 

 

 

 



One Comment

  1. wotoadgi wrote:

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    While the sudden end of “Race Together” implies that the initiative was swiftly canceled in light of mounting criticism, Schultz noted that the inscribing ended Sunday “as originally planned.” Starbucks, along with USA Today, launched the Race Together initiative on March 17th, but the message and its   was largely .
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