Kansas City Illustrator Creates Kansas City Coloring Book Featuring Area Landmarks
Thanks to award winning Kansas City-based illustrator Elizabeth Baddeley, KC fans worldwide can express their love for the city in whatever color they like with her Color Me Kansas City coloring book.
The 70-page book features 26 8.5 x 11” illustrations of beloved city landmarks, including the downtown skyline, Union Station, Town Topic, Kauffman Memorial Garden and the Country Club Plaza.
Color Me Kansas City is $15 and available for pre-order on Baddeley’s Etsy shop and is slated to ship mid-November. Individual pages of landmarks are available for download for $2 each.
Baddeley, who in addition to being a freelance illustrator is an adjunct instructor in the illustration department at the Kansas City Art Institute, is known for her illustrations featured in The New York Times and Hallmark.
She has also illustrated three children’s books: A Woman in the House (and Senate), Women Who Broke the Rules: Mary Todd Lincoln and I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes her Mark.
To learn more about Baddeley, visit ebaddeley.com.