This is the first colouring book to celebrate Dublin’s architecture. Forty of the city’s most iconic and beautiful buildings have been selected, among them public edifices like the Four Courts and Dublin Castle, and places of worship like Christ Church Cathedral and St Ann’s. Public spaces like Smithfield and Temple Bar Square, and even industrial complexes such as the Guinness Brewery also feature.
Architect Gregory Bracken has created beautifully detailed line drawings: all they need is a touch of colour to bring them to life and make them your own. Every building has its own character and story to tell. Each drawing is accompanied by succinct text by Audrey Bracken summing up its history and explaining its architectural style, whether Neoclassical or Gothic, Art Deco or Industrial.
Designed to immerse you in Dublin’s story as you focus on colouring and forget the stresses of everyday life, you can paint the town red, blue or any colour you want! Place your own artistic touches on the landmarks, buildings and spaces that make this city so special.
Author & Illustrator: Gregory Bracken, Audrey Bracken
Size: 24.2 x 28.3 cm, 96 pages
Publisher: The Collins Press