Street art is by nature ephemeral. But a coloring book, of all things, is preserving some of the murals in Wynwood by asking the rest of us to add our own interpretations of the work with crayon, pencil or marker.
The pages are black and white versions of murals - both abstract and figurative. Some of the pages feature an entire mural, others just a detailed section of a wall.
The coloring book’s creator, Diego Orlandini, said the first mention of a coloring book came from an ex-girlfriend.