There's something about colouring a basic picture, rather than an intricate designed-for-adults one, that really takes you back to being young and that fundamental enjoyment of colouring without an agenda, or worrying about what the final product will look like. Just creating art in the moment. Estonian illustrator Elo has captured that with Nightland, which gives a traditional yet alternative spin on kids' colouring books. It's the kind of book I'd imagine the residents of Summerisle* reading to their children! That's just the feel I get from it; a slightly macabre, otherworldly quality.
*Summerisle is the fictional village from horror movie The Wicker Man.
I chose to colour the part about the witch with a thousand eyes watching over everything in the forest, as I thought it was particularly creepy and you know I love anything a bit scary :)