Art July, 9 2012

Autocomplete Coloring Book

Anyone with kids in the house knows that a coloring page can be an amazing way to restore a semblance of sanity in an otherwise bonkers existence. While coloring the Incredible Hulk inside the lines with three shades of green is enough to trigger a smidgen of inner-peace, getting zen with the work of contemporary artists might mark a bigger step in that direction.

Designed by Maya Drozdz of VisuaLingual, this coloring book is actually an exhibition catalog for a gallery show that finds the black-and-white works of over 60 artists colored in by some other outsider artists. The show is currently up at the gallery of the Cincinnati-based non-profit Visionaries & Voices. The coloring book is available online.