There's always something new, or odd, or wonderful in the magazine business, never more so than Colour Calm, the bimonthly colouring magazine for grownups. Its intention, says British publisher Future plc, is to promote relaxation and creativity. The first issue of the magazine has 116 pages and 56 patterns of intricate designs that should satisfy even the most inveterate o-filler and doodler. It's produced on high quality paper that stands up to felt pens or pencil crayons. At just £4.99, Colour Calm offers the ultimate collection of relaxing art therapy for creative colourers, says Future.
Matthew Pierce, Head of Content for Future plc's Creative Group, said: "Colour Calm is the perfect way to unwind, relax, and be creative at the same time. It's the ultimate digital detox: keep calm and colour in!"