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Turn Your Photos Into Coloring Books (And Unleash Your Inner Monet) With This App

Chromaldry is finger painting for the digital era.

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For adults, coloring books have been touted, somewhat controversially, as potent stress relievers. Publishers have released some genius print options that appeal to grown-ups—like this one of NYC street scenes—and the developers at Honeycombinatorics have come up with an app called Chromaldry.

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Instead of offering preset blank illustrations, the app takes photos from your phone and transforms them into black-and-white line drawings. You then mix palettes (like you would for finger paints) and color in the images. Chromaldry deconstructs the photos into a patchwork of hues—à la impressionist painters like Monet and Bonnard—that you then have to color-match. So snap a landscape, zen out as you color in the lines, and behold the resulting masterpiece. (Or play into your narcissism and paint a self portrait.)

Download the app for iPhone and iPad at Chromaldry for $3.

[via Huffington Post]

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Diana Budds is a New York–based writer covering design and the built environment.

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