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Disconnecting from your tech gadgets isn’t as impossible as you’d think in this day and age. If you want to go old school and find something electronic-less to do that’s fun, a coloring book could be a great way to pass the time.
Gone are the days where coloring books are just for kids, but adults are finding them to be a chill (no Netflix here) time to focus on something as small as coloring inside the lines. Even though you may be used to coloring the “pages” of a coloring book app on your phone, a classic paperback coloring book gives you a break from any excessive screen time you’ve already endured.
Want to explore “Broad City” queens in color? There’s a coloring book for that. Got an undying love for drawing Jason Momoa? Yup, he’s got a coloring book, too, sis. And if you’re that person who did all the art projects because you could outline the best, there’s a Bob Ross paint set calling your name.
Any way you look at it, there’s a book to fill with coloring pencils and crayons that’ll tickle your fancy. Here are just some of the coolest coloring books to get you away from your digital gadgets.
Shop: F*ck Off, I’m Coloring, $9.49
Shop: RoseArt® Ultimate Artist Coloring Pad Portfolio, $12.49
Shop: Vogue Coloring Book, $12.99
Shop: Bob Ross by the Numbers, $8.87
Shop: The Splat: Coloring the ’90s, $8.35
Shop: The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Coloring Book, $7.99
Shop: The Broad City Coloring Book, $13
Shop: Married Life: A Snarky Adult Coloring Book, $8.99
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