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In Looking at the Universe, readers are taken to the far reaches of the universe through the lenses of the Hubble Space Telescope. This unique collection of 30 original illustrations depicts celestial discoveries including nebulae, galaxies, planets, stars, supernovas, and more. Each illustration reveals a new "discovery" for the colorist, which enhances their creative experience. The thumbnails on the back cover are offered as a coloring guide as well as an astronomical reference. Descriptive text complements each image and offers added value.
Like the imagery in the book, coloring is calming, entertaining, and creative. With over 12 million books sold in 2015 alone, coloring is a popular pastime along with astronomy-related activities. The colorist's experience is further enhanced by our use of artist-quality paper, which provides a smooth canvas for coloring and resists bleed-through. Each page includes a perforated edge making removal a breeze.
Kellie Jaeger is a professional illustrator with over 20 years of experience, most recently as a technical illustrator at Astronomy magazine. Her passion for space began in childhood when she dreamed of being an astronaut. Kellie resides in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.