This wooden coloring book, which has been cleverly dubbed 'A Little Book Lacking Color,' might be geared to an older audience, but can easily inspire toys and activities for children as well. Hard edges might not be as conducive to younger demographics as paper products, but this wooden coloring book plays off of the idea of hardcovers in a stylish way.
Appealing to parents as much as it would appeal to kids, the wooden coloring book was designed by Dylan Arceneaux and a group of fellow architecture students. The pages are meant to be easily removable in order to the illustrations to be displayed on walls, fridges and more. The paper can also be used with crayons, watercolor and other mediums.