Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Dot to Dot NYC {Adult Coloring Book}

Book provided for review/feature consideration

Follow the numbers, grab your crayons and markers, and discover and decorate the capital of the world... Hidden just beyond sight in this adventurous dot to dot coloring book lie epic New York City landmarks to be revealed and completed by you, the intrepid artist. Intricate and detailed, the final results are delicate and beautiful while stunning in their complexity. Within these pages you will find yourself visiting the rides of Coney Island, the towers of the famous NYC skyline, the commute along the Staten Island Ferry, the wilderness of the Bronx Zoo, the groove of the Apollo Theater, and the art deco elegance of the Chrysler Building, among so much more!

Not only fun, dot to dot art has been proven to increase short-term cognitive acuity, hand-eye coordination, concentration skills, as well as mood.

Not just for a rainy day, enjoy this celebration of the Big Apple as a keepsake of your visit, or spend your hours connecting the dots and inch yourself closer to your Broadway dream.

What I found really interesting about this coloring book is not only the intricacy, but also the author. Born in Busan, South Korea in 1987, artist and model Narae Kim won third place in the 2010 Elite Model Look Korea contest and has modeled professionally ever since. Narae relocated to New York City in 2012 where she began drawing images of the city’s iconic skyline and architecture. Returning to Seoul, South Korea in 2014, Narae dedicated herself to a career as an artist, and was featured in several regional exhibitions while also working as a graphic designer in fashion and product design. Her artwork has been featured throughout the South Korean media in publications such as Ceci and Indigo Celeb among others. Dot to Dot NYCis Narae’s first book.

Until next time...

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