Color the World as you Wish

Next time you’re looking to relax, consider some crayons. Publisher Little, Brown and Company has introduced a new series of four travel-inspired coloring books for adults, with Splendid Cities and Secret Paris released in June, and Secret New York and Secret Tokyo due out in October. Billed as calming stress-relievers, their penned outlines of landmarks and cityscapes, gardens and neighborhoods, and scenes of quaint street life are transporting and intricately artistic—and that’s even before color is added (US$16). —Gabrielle Lipton

This article originally appeared in the August/September print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Fine Lines”)

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