Travel Between the Lines

Images from around the world created from actual scenes photographed by the creators!
For globetrotters and Daydreamers

Enjoy coloring 47 scenes from around the world covering 29 different countries! Based on a collection of our favorite photos from our first 10 years of travel together.

Together with our friends at Hecktic Travels, we covered 10 states and territories in Mexico capturing the colorful beauty of the vibrant and fascinating country.

Dive in to the history and culture of Rome with Context Travel. Color your way through the cobblestone alleys and centuries old fountains and piazzas. Rome is waiting…just add color!

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what travelers say

“What’s special about this book is that all the pictures are taken from their travel photographs. Expect city landscapes of Prague and La Paz, detailed picture of the 28 tram in Lisbon and boats of the Mekong Delta in Southern Vietnam. I coloured the Lisbon tram and the houses of Porto, just because I have been to those places and felt deeply nostalgic as I coloured the images. It is a fun way to go down memory lane of my travels there.”
“Their illustrations were a lot of fun to colour! Travel Between the Lines has a nice mix of very detailed images and simpler ones that allow for lots of creativity in terms of patterns and designs. I also liked that the destinations in their book are quite varied; I had a little preview and they include a mix of cityscapes and street scenes ranging from temples in Kyoto to street corners in Oaxaca, and building tops in Havana to views from Alhambra.”
Audrey Bergner
That Backpacker

COLOR YOUR WAY AROUND THE WORLD!

“Katie and Geoff put together this awesome collection of colouring pages for travellers, and it’s the best thing since Hotline Bling”
“There are a variety of illustrations that are a mix of very detailed that might take you several days to color and easier ones that you could do fairly quickly. I also thought it was smart that each coloring page is blank on the back so you can tear it out for easier coloring.”