“Legends of the Lower East Side” Coloring Books Now Available

Posted on: December 6th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

Sharpen the worn-down Crayolas and uncap those assorted magic markers, as the Legends of the Lower East Side coloring book is available sooner than initially thought. Just in time for your holiday shopping spree, in fact. One-third of the collective brain behind the project, Clayton Patterson, informs us that a limited supply is currently for sale inside his Outlaw Art Museum at 161 Essex Street. Prices run $12 a pop. Ring the bell, and get ’em while you still can!

As previously reported, Legends of the Lower East Side is an artistic collaboration between Patterson, and artists Troy Harris, and Orlando Bonilla.  Collectively, the trio pays homage to twenty-four “colorful” neighborhood characters, both past and present, famous and obscure. Each chosen personality boasts a full-page drawing plus a bonus bio.

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