Mulga’s Magical Colouring book #review


Title: Mulga’s Magical Colouring Book

Author: Joel Moore

Series: Stand alone

Publisher: Hachette Australia

Source: kindly provided by Publisher for Review

Release Date: 25 August 2015

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Hachette Australia


Crazy about colouring in? Looking for mindfulness, stress relief or a creative outlet? Lose yourself in this colouring book from one of Australia’s favourite artists.

Mulga’s colourful art can be found all over the country – in shops and cafes, on t-shirts and soft drink bottles, in ads, laneways and galleries – and now, for the first time, you can colour it in yourself in this gorgeous 80-page colouring book.Mulga’s work is full of intricate line work and patterns, making it perfect for meditative colouring. There are zombies with beards, toucans in baseball caps, gorillas with facial piercings and all your favourite Mulga creatures ready to be given the rainbow treatment. So, grab your textas or pencils and get to it!

My Thoughts


I have seen the Mulga art work around before it is full of colour and personality, I was a bit conflicted with this book as I am a pretty bland colourer, and this book has really made me colour outside the box, because I feel like I really should keep with the bright out there colours that the Mulga brand is known for.  I really have been enjoying colouring in this book after a long day and just relaxing I highly recommend it for anyone who is getting sick of colouring patterns and flowers, pick up this book and give it a go.




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