While all coloring books seem to have that Mandela/kaleidescope design, this book offers something new and better. A real coloring book with intricate designs but not all of that annoying stuff. Really love it
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A coloring book like you've never seen before—perfect for colored pencils, crayons, or markers!
In Imagimorphia, animals and objects morph and explode into astounding detail. Bring each intricate image to life with color and find the objects hidden throughout the book. Printed on quality paper, Imagimorphia is a quirky coloring and search book for fans of adult coloring books like no other.
An amazing adult coloring book challenge, featuring the strange and superdetailed images of artist Kerby Rosanes. Find your zen as you bring this beautiful art to life!
Imagimorphia is packed full of intricate images of stunning creatures and landscapes morphing and shapeshifting into Kerby's signature, breathtaking scenes. The world that he imagines will excite and transport drawers, as he brings this beautiful fantasyscape and its creatures to life. Imagimorphia is an amazing adult coloring book challenge featuring his trademark strange and super-detailed images, and perfect for coloring then posting on the wall or framing. The perfect gift for anyone in your life who loves adult coloring books!
Penguin Publishing Group
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9.98 x 10.02 x 0.45 Inches
Finally something different!
Great for older kids and adults
I got this for my son for his 11th birthday. He loved it and it is something we can both enjoy together. It has some very interesting and beautiful art.
Everything I was hoping it would be.
This is one of the best adult coloring books I've found. It's absolutely stunning and fun. Will take a long time to finish. I'm 27 and mom of a 6 month old, it's great to use this to relax while he's having some alone play time or sleeping.
Great pictures, love it got one for my son. He likes it also.
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