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Monday, March 15, 2021

Book Review: Fragile World Adult Coloring Book by Kerby Rosanes + giveaway

Fragile World
by Kerby Rosanes
March 16, 2021
96 pages
Publisher: Plume
From the internationally bestselling artist Kerby Rosanes, an extraordinary coloring book celebrating some of the incredible animals and landscapes that are disappearing around the globe

Fragile World is a coloring book to savor, exploring fifty-six endangered, vulnerable, and threatened animals and landscapes—from the Tapanuli orangutan to the hawksbill turtle, from Philippine bat caves to the Baltic Sea.

The illustrations are intricate, detailed, and unforgettable, both magisterial and whimsical. And the result is a stunning tribute to Mother Nature. Fragile World is a coloring experience that is at once vintage Kerby and unlike any other.


Fragile World has beautifully detailed artwork! The paper is thick so you don't have to worry about bleed-through. At the end, there is a description of each endangered animal included in the book.
Kind of hard to review a coloring book... it is either good or not, lol. Fragile World is definitely worth buying if you love coloring.

5 "endangered" Sheep






SharonS

About the Author
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Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ink, fineliners, and markers to illustrate his "doodle" world. He considers his art as a personal hobby which became his part-time freelance work after being recognized by various design blogs, international magazines, and online art communities.

In 2014, Kerby left his job as a graphic designer from a local company to finally pursue his passion: creating more art for personal projects and for clients while collaborating with other artists, global brands, and design agencies around the world.

GIVEAWAY
The publisher is offering a print copy of Fragile World (US only)

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