1990s Coloring Book: All That and a Box of Crayons (Psych! Crayons Not Included.)

Author(s): James Grange

Colouring In/Activity Books

Who said coloring books are just for children? With "The 1990s Coloring Book," fans of that epic era can grab their neon crayons and start shading in their favorite moments. A colorful decade full of intriguing characters, memorable slang, and regrettable fashion, the 1990s loom large in today's pop-culture consciousness. With a variety of illustrations from gigantic Zack Morris cell phones, flamboyant Bill Cosby sweaters, and mesmerizing Lisa Frank folders to Ross and Rachel kissing at Central Perk, the Spice Girls donning super-tall platform shoes, and Biggie and Tupac rapping East Coast/West Coast, the pages of "The 1990s Coloring Book" are a Rollerblade down memory lane. This pop-culture collage provides endless fun for anyone who is artistically inclined or just nostalgic for the days of Doc Martens and "Daria." It truly is all that and a bag of chips.


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James Grange received his degree in creative writing from the University of Nevada in 2007 and took an interest in art and design, including video animation and logo creation, soon after graduation. He particularly enjoys coloring pages because of their simple nature: with a little creativity, anyone can color a masterpiece, regardless of artistic training. James began to design coloring pages as a hobby and, in 2011, he started Coloropolis.com, a website dedicated to coloring pages of adult-themed subjects including as art and pop culture.

General Fields

  • : 9781612432243
  • : Ulysses Press
  • : Ulysses Press
  • : September 2013
  • : United States
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : James Grange
  • : Paperback
  • : Sep-13
  • : 64
  • : b&w illustrations