It only seems two minutes since Friends, iMacs and Sega Megadrives were a major part of our lives, but how things have changed since then!
In this colouring book for those old enough to remember it and people who look to it as the newest retro age, ride the wave of Nineties nostalgia. Now we’re more than safely clear of the garish decade, it’s safe to admit we didn’t half enjoy some of its weird fads. Like yo-yos, the arrival of scooters, or that month you lost to playing Tetris on the Gameboy, they’re all back again, here for you to fondly colour. Celebrate the decade of Britpop and Girl Power with a lazy afternoon and a packet of colouring pencils. Gaze into the blank, knowing stare of the first wave of Furbys. Remember all the chunky technology that promised that the future had come early: that one Nokia phone that it seemed like everyone on the planet had? Now you can colour one with your own custom design. And then move onto the Discman. How one of those ever seemed a good idea will baffle you, but you’ll still begin to smile as you colour it the same shade as your rose-tinted glasses, from the safe place of listening to your 90s playlist on a futuristic device that doesn’t skip randomly if you get too excited.
While away the hours as you colour in your favourite ’90s memories, but do not hold us responsible when you end up streaming all ten seasons of Friends right then and there when, after colouring in those faces which seem more familiar than your own family, you can’t get that catchy theme tune out of your head. Maybe you should move on to colouring in Will Smith and get The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s theme lodged right back in the front of your brain, where it lived for the best part of the decade.
This colouring book contains 16 black line drawings by Mel Elliott for you to colour in.
Will Smith; Red Bull; Geri Halliwell; SEGA Megadrive; Furbies; Ford Ka; Britney Spears; Discman; Friends; Tetley tea granules, Hooper’s Hooch, Marathon bars; iMacs; Gameboys, yo-yos, scooters; Twin Peaks; Nokia phones; Nike Airmax; Pulp Fiction
It’s printed on 150g Ecoplex paper, which is made from recycled paper so absolutely no trees were harmed during the making of this book.
This colouring book is an unofficial, unauthorised and independent book. It does not purport to indicate trade origin connected with the subject. Neither the subject nor anyone acting for or associated with the subject have given their permission to publish this book. Whilst the publishers believe all statements of fact in this book to be true at the time of publishing, they do not accept any responsibility in this regard.