Now, a year later, McDonald has just unleashed Fantastic Structures, the logical follow-up that zeroes in on iconic or otherwise fascinating buildings around the world. These include the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Chrysler Building in New York City, the Tower Bridge in London, residential high-rises in Hong kong, and the Dancing House in Prague. And just as the first book, the new book offers page after page of amazingly detailed line work.
Meditate on your favorite buildings
Last spring, just as the world was going gaga over adult coloring books—that is, coloring books marketed to grownups as a refreshing way to de-stress, unplug, or just have fun—one title that published in the midst of all the frenzy was one that architecture lovers could call their own. Fantastic Cities, created by Ontario-based artist Steve McDonald, presented dozens of intricate line drawings depicting striking aerial views of global cities like New York, Paris, Istanbul, Tokyo, Amsterdam, and more. And it was a huge hit—for proof, just scroll through the #fantasticcities tag on Instagram.
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