By Jeff Morrison
The Guardians of Detroit Architectural Sculpture Coloring Book includes 22 detailed line drawings based on pictures shot by Morrison for his new book Guardians of Detroit: Architectural Sculpture in the Motor City. The line drawings in this coloring book include some of Detroit's amazing architectural sculpture—a host of gargoyles, grotesques, and other silent guardians that watch over the city from high above its streets and sidewalks, often unnoticed or ignored by the people passing below.
All pages are printed on high quality bright white acid-free 100 lb. paper and each drawing is on its own page with no backing art or text, suitable for framing.
Paperback, 22 pages
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 x 0.25 inches
About the Author:
Jeff Morrison is a historian and photographer who has been taking pictures since his parents gave him his first camera at age nine. He has a bachelor’s degree in history and art from Eastern Michigan University and over thirty years’ experience as a graphic artist. Jeff lives in Oxford, Michigan, with his lovely wife, Susie, and their wonder dog, Manfred.
"Detroit-architecture buffs take note — a way-cool new coloring book just hit the market based on sculptural details adorning the city's classic buildings. Guardians of Detroit: Architectural Coloring Book, by author, photographer and graphic designer Jeff Morrison, could just be the perfect gift for anyone on your list with an artistic bent who's nuts about the look of America's most-talked-about comeback city." - Michael H. Hodges, Detroit News Fine Arts Writer