Adobe taps artists to create a coloring book for the isolated

Fanciful pages from Sofi Bastox, Ann Chen, Lauren Hom and more are screaming for crayons

Published On
Apr 15, 2020

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In the midst of this pandemic, we’ve already established that brands and creatives making coloring books is a thing. But if there’s anyone who should have license to do it, it’s Adobe.

The creative software company has dropped its own set of “homework sheets” for people to unleash their creativity on while holed up at home, with images provided by artists including Sofi Bastox, Ann Chen, Lauren Hom, Kelli Laderer and Steffi Lynn Tsai. 

Adobe debuted its coloring book in its online magazine Create and will be releasing more each week through the spring. 

Unlike Ikea’s catalog-inspired worksheets, featuring outlines of its own furniture, each Adobe page has a fanciful black-and white artwork just begging for you to go nuts with the crayons. And, when filled in, they might even look decent hanging up on your wall.