by Rosie Goodwin £6.29
Anything can be possible in a dream city and it can be as complicated or as simple as you like. If you enjoy the calm of colouring but are bored of repetitive patterns then this is the perfect book for you.
by Megamunden £7.95
Sailor and biker tatts and everything in-between, this book is full of traditional designs to colour and possibly inspire your next inking.
by Mademoiselles £4.99
This duo of Paris illustrators create a wonderful under sea world where anything can be imagined – even an octopus with a pout!
by Disney £2.00
Ok so this isn’t for adults exactly but who cares!
by David Sinden and Victoria Kay £3.85
If calm rather than creativity is your aim then this book encouraging mindfulness and relaxation should help. It’s mini too so perfect for your handbag.
by Johanna Basford £9.95
This isn’t just an adult colouring book, it’s a beautiful journey across waterfalls through woods and mazes to a castle. There is also a quest to find hidden objects to find along the way such as lanterns, germs and eventually the key to the castle!
by Theo Nicole Lorenz $6.99
Lorenz has created some very tongue-in-cheek colouring books including Mer World problems (urban life can be tough under the sea) and Fat Ladies in Spaaaace (kicking alien butt). Lots of surprising LOLs basically.
by Warner Brothers £6.99
Containing line drawings from the actuall HP films this book features beloved characters and well known scenes, even Harry’s battle with Voldermort.