There’s A Jason Momoa Coloring Book To Ease Your Stress

Unfortunately, stress is commonly present in our everyday lives, and the hectic lifestyles we live have made it quite difficult to avoid it. While a lot of people address it by physical exercise, Crush and Color have already decided to help everybody lower their stress levels with a very unique coloring book.

Recently, the popularity of coloring books as a way to deal with stress, has been on the rise, by bringing relaxation through shifting the focus to the intricate patterns and designs.

As our attention is constantly pulled between responsibility and screens these days, coloring gives us the opportunity to stay grounded and present in the moment, and to create something very beautiful.

However, have you ever thought of relieving stress through coloring the smoking hot Jason Momoa?

Titled Crush and Color: Jason Momoa: A Coloring Book of Fantasies With an Epic Dreamboat. The color book has 35 pages, which were drawn by Maurizio Campidelli, showing the actor in scenes such as cuddling a dog, surfing, meditating, and relaxing in a bath.

The description of the coloring book says:

Break to your own one of a kind rough perfect world with Jason Momoa! Squash and Color: Jason Momoa is an assortment of fantasies wake up on mind boggling shading pages. Let him assume control on a dusk sail, witness amazing physical quality as he scales a monster cliffside, and take in the tranquility of calmer minutes through colorable masterpieces.

Well, you are definitely going to relieve from the stress with all that blushing and giggling!

It’s nothing unexpected that the grown-up shading book is No. 1 on Amazon’s New Releases in Comics and Manga Coloring Books for Grown-Ups category!

If you also love the idea, you can order one on Amazon, for only $9.79. Are you ready for it?

Also you might get even more excited to know that the release of an Idris Elba, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, and Keanu Reeves version is scheduled for May, June, and September!

Sources:
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