Daniel Jarosch and Henrick Klingel’s coloring book for grown-ups features 100 of the most popular sneaker designs from 1916 to the present.
The book opens with a brief history on the evolution of the “sport shoe” — tracing its origins from Charles Goodyear’s invention of vulcanization in the 1840s to its role in hip-hop and skateboard culture — but dedicates the vast majority of its pages to detailed, full-page silhouette drawings ranging from Adidas to Vans.
The 18 major brands covered provide ample opportunity to re-imagine classic designs with your own bold colors, and each sneaker is removable for framing or fridge posting. Plus, the high-quality art paper means you don’t have to stick to just crayons.
Click through below for a gallery of images from the book.