London has much to offer the visitor—even if that visitor is there for the express purpose of coloring the city in. In this lightning tour round town, the crayon tourist will find a multitude of tiny details to admire, and to color in any way, realistic or eccentric, he or she chooses.
From the familiar outlines of Tower Bridge or the Houses of Parliament to the less well-known views along the canals of Little Venice or the beautiful Georgian streets of Spitalfields, every tile, cobblestone, London bus, and striped store awning is just crying out for color—and when you’ve finished, you can pull the perforated pages out and pin up your masterpieces to be admired.
London-based illustrator Hennie Haworth studied at Brighton University before embarking on her artistic career. Her work can regularly be seen in UK's national newspapers, including The Guardian's food section. She has worked with a wide range of clients, including Converse, Louis Vuitton, Dwell Magazine, GQ Magazine, Royal Mail, Logitech, Hyundai, and Morrisons. Hennie is a regular illustrator for National Geographic's "City Life" articles. She has illustrated several travel-guide adult coloring books for Harper Design: Color London, Color Paris, and the forthcoming Color Chicago. Learn more at www.henniehaworth.co.uk.