From the publisher behind the Hue Can Do It! adult coloring books comes a new addition to the series that will not just offer coloring enthusiasts a creative way to destress, but will let them breathe life into some of the country’s most majestic architectural sights, too.
Out now from Summit Books is Hue Can Do It: Manila, which gathers over 30 iconic sites and structures—both existing and long gone—that have dotted the nation’s capital through the years. The pages are illustrated by architecture-educated Fiipino artist and designer Asa Montenejo, with research by UP Diliman architecture professor and multi-awarded author Gerard Lico.
With Hue Can Do It: Manila, coloring enthusiasts get to put markers and colored pencils to work and set about animating religious structures such as the Manila Cathedral and San Sebastian Church, cultural landmarks like the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Metropolitan Theatre, imposing edifices such as the Manila City Hall and the Manila Central Post Office, historical sites such as Rizal Park and Fort Santiago, and other glorious architectural greats the city of Manila is proud to be home to.
Summit Books launched the first two books from its adult coloring book series, Hue Can Do It! and Hue Can Do It, Too!, in August of last year. Together, the two volumes feature the works of 44 of the most talented Filipino artists today.
Book owners are encouraged to share their completed pages from the Hue Can Do It! books on Instagram by tagging @huecandoit and @summit.books and using the hashtags #HueCanDoItManila, #HueCanDoIt, and #HueCanDoItToo.
Grab a copy of Hue Can Do it: Manila, out now in newsstands and bookstores nationwide for P295. Hue Can Do It! and Hue Can Do It, Too! are still available in outlets, also at P295 each. For updates and more information, like Summit Books on Facebook via www.facebook.com/SummitBooks.