Alim Kheraj
December 05, 2016 3:40 am
Pornhub

If you’re anything like us then you’ll also be 100% obsessed with adult coloring books. However, because nothing is sacred in 2016, online video site Pornhub has just released their own adult coloring book and, well, it’s exactly what you’d expect.

The virtues of adult coloring books has been preached loud and wide. The books are said to be good for de-stressing your life, and the books have even been recommended by mental health experts. What’s more, there are some pretty neat tie-in’s too, like this Game of Thrones one, this Lisa Frank (!) one, this celebrity couple themed one, and not to mention the plethora of Harry Potter inspired books.

Therefore, it seemed like only a matter of time before someone turned this calming activity into a NSFW extravaganza.

Collaborating with a multitude of artists and illustrators, Pornhub revealed their Adult Adult Coloring Book with a rather interesting and important mission statement.

The book features drawings from artists such as Adam Waito, Alpha Channelling, Apollonia Saintclaire, Arrington de Dionyso, and Bartolomé Graziana, and we have to say the drawings are pretty incredible.

The book also features scenes from real porn studios, and some of the pictures are rather graphic.

You can currently download a taster of the coloring book from Pornhub’s website. However, these images are 100% NSFW.

Pornhub

Okay, so we’re actually totally on board with this. We love the fact that Pornhub are attempting to celebrate sex and sexuality through nudity, and tapping into the popular adult coloring book trend seems like a pretty great way to do that. Similarly, the images presented by the illustrators and artists aren’t gratuitous, but rather tasteful and erotic, and they showcase a broad range of talents.

However, we might not recommend whipping this one out during your lunch hour in the office or when you’re chilling out in Starbucks.

Pornhub’s The Adult Adult Coloring Book is priced at $20.00 and is available to pre-order now.

[H/T: metro.co.uk]

Advertisement