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Colouring Books that Cross the Line

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I’ve created some colouring books for those of us who of us who can’t stay between the lines. The first two to come out are my ‘I Love Psychiatry’ colouring book, dedicated to those driven crazy by this beautiful world and then loved so deeply by psychiatry. I posted that this book was coming out on twitter and then I have got a sudden surge of psychiatrists following me. They are going to get a big shock when they see it, because it is a colouring book that highlights all that is wrong with psychiatry. Here is a sneak peak video I did of the book.

If you want to download a sample page, click on unhappyjesus

As you can see I have also produced a lazy person’s colouring book, to do the least amount of colouring as possible!

To buy the ‘I love psychiatry’ colouring book, go to http://amzn.eu/1GHSYAv

To buy the ‘The Lazy Person’s Colouring Book’ go to http://amzn.eu/24TT31h 

Two subversive colouring books by Dolly Sen

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