Featuring the incredibly graphic & controversial artwork of Vince Locke, this is the first colouring book in history to come with a Parental Advisory warning!
Revealing the latest addition to the ever-expanding range from UK independent publisher Rock N’ Roll Colouring is the first official colouring book from Cannibal Corpse, Death Metal’s most notorious, explicit and successful band.
Featuring iconic artwork and instantly recognisable images all printed on high-quality paper in a square format officially licenced and fully endorsed by both Cannibal Corpse, and artist Vince Locke, these amazing designs have the potential for hours of satisfying colouring in. The book encourages you to revel in every horrific detail of Vince Locke’s unhinged imagery, letting your imagination run riot as you create your own personalised versions of your favourite nightmarish Cannibal Corpse designs.
The book contains painstakingly created renderings of each image with detailed outlines ready for you to unleash your artistic skills using pens, pencils or paint. Including artwork from genre classics such as Tomb Of The Mutilated, Butchered At Birth and Eaten Back To Life, right up to the band’s latest album Chaos Horrific, the book contains some of the nastiest, sickest, gore-filled & blood-drenched designs ever.
Working closely with artist Vince Locke, who personally curated the book, these images are not for the faint-hearted, but are perfect for fans of graphic horror fantasy art, coupled with devotees of the most deranged Death Metal in history!
Celebrating the release of his first colouring book, Vince enthuses; “Going over art for the book, it was surprising to see just how much 30 years of collaboration yielded. It’s rare that I see it all compiled together. There are a few pieces that had to be included, some that were favourites of myself or the band, and some that just lent themselves well to colouring. I’m always playing, trying different materials and techniques. Hope you do the same with these colouring pages. Try watercolour markers, crayons, and coloured pencils, adding your own details. You’ll probably go through a lot of red, but be creative, have fun, make it your own!”