Speaking of paper, the quality is very good- I used Triplus and they didn't bleed at all, even when I pressed quite heavily to get a darker shade. The publisher tells me that my copy was only a sample version, and that the book you'd purchase has even thicker paper. It's also a hardback, which is quite unusual in the colouring book world, and a great bonus in my eyes- I won't have to look 'round for something to lean on like I usually do!
So what do you reckon... take a trip into the mind of Samuel Lindup and have fun making sense of what you find. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this unusual and brilliant colouring book! Here are my completed pages: