Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Colour Me Swiftly
2014 was undoubtedly the 'Year of the Swift' and if she wasn't shakin' it off to one of the best pop tunes in decades, Taylor was offering feminist sound-bites to get her young "Swiftes" feeling strong and confident.
Now, British illustrator Mel Elliott, is best known for her pop culture colouring books such as Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling, Colour Me Good Benedict Cumberbatch, and Colour Me Good James Franco, but for her first creation of 2015 Elliott has been drawing her favourite ever pop star (like ever ever ever). Colour Me Swiftly contain's Elliott's usual style of accurate line drawings all awaiting you, your crayons, and a rainy afternoon.
Download the full press release PDF here.
Colour Me Swiftly can be bought from the ilovemel shop here: http://shop.ilovemel.me/collections/frontpage/products/colour-me-swiftly