The Sneaker Coloring Book

By - November 22nd, 2010

The Sneaker Coloring Book

Some people might want to keep the corporate symbols, like a Nike Swoosh, out of their children’s coloring books.  Others might want to inspire the next Tinker Hatfield, SBGT, or Methamphibian with a book of blank shoe templates waiting to be colored in.  Still others (namely adults) will want to keep this book deadstock, leaving it uncolored for the design book shelf.  Whatever the use, The Sneaker Colouring Book is nice addition to the library of any sneaker aficionado.  Created by Berlin-based designers Daniel Jarosch and Henrik Klingel, of the studio PKNTS, the book features 100 line-drawn examples of some of the most recognizable and influential sneakers, including Adidas, Converse, New Balance, Nike, Onitsuka Tiger, Puma, Reebok, and Vans, and dating back to 1916.  All are presented in sideview, ready to be colored in by budding customizers, or left blank by minimalists.  The book is printed on high-quality stock, and each page is perforated for easy removal, so the greatest undiscovered sneaker design can be sent in to Nike, or hung on the fridge. Check out a few of the blank designs after the jump. The Sneaker Coloring Book is available now from Amazon. via: Mocoloco

The Sneaker Coloring Book

The Sneaker Coloring Book

The Sneaker Coloring Book

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