Lizzie's distinctive style of swirling pen-and-ink drawing depicts warped buildings with towering spires and snaking cobbled streets, all of which seem jammed together quite confusingly until you take another look and everything becomes clear. This is apparently called 'psychogeography', where the artist creates maps tailored on how they relate to the environment, their state of mind, emotions- the way they see the world. It's not a term I was familiar with until now, but it certainly makes for a unique and extraordinary colouring book!
Take a look at some of the places Lizzie has rendered in her own personal way, many of them in London where she resides. Other pages include San Francisco, Marrakesh, Berlin, Memphis, Vienna and more. The range and variety of different places is astounding.
A test page is included at the back of the book, so that you can experiment with all your different colouring mediums and decide what you'd like to use. As the spaces can be quite small, I'd recommend fineliners and gel pens. The only problem is that the pages are all double sided, so choose wisely or the image behind will be ruined. The paper is fairly thick and smooth, finished in a crisp white which oozes quality.